PMI Sets Goal, Vision To Reduce Malaria Deaths, Morbidity Over Next 6 Years

U.S. White House’s “White House Blog”: Putting an End to a Preventable Scourge
Gayle Smith, special assistant to the president and senior director for development and democracy for the National Security Staff, discusses the renewed President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) strategy, writing, “PMI’s goal over the next six years, as described in the plan released [Wednesday], is to work with partners to continue to reduce malaria deaths and substantially decrease malaria morbidity. This plan is informed by and built on the success we have achieved to-date and serves as a blueprint for how we can achieve our ultimate goal: eradicating this scourge once and for all” (2/26).

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