Roll Back Malaria Partnership Announces $100B Plan To Reduce Malaria Cases, Deaths 90% By 2030

VOA News: $100B Plan Seeks to Cut Malaria Cases, Deaths by 90 Percent
“Major health, development, and financial agencies have unveiled a $100 billion plan to cut global malaria cases and deaths by 90 percent over the next 15 years. The Roll Back Malaria Partnership says its new strategy will result in a health and economic bonanza for developing countries…” (Schlein, 7/10).

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