USAID Blog Highlights World Malaria Day

“Time and again, we see the same predictable cycle in public and private sector programs all over the world. Success turns the volume down on the alarm bells that drive the investments that produced that success in the first place, and when that happens, only failure raises the alarm again,” Katy French, vice president for corporate affairs at MosquitoZone International, writes in USAID’s “IMPACTblog.” Noting the observance of World Malaria Day on Wednesday, she states, “[M]alaria doesn’t go quietly into the night … When it comes to the wily mosquito, every day has to be World Malaria Day” (4/24).

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