USAID’s Maternal And Child Survival Program Publishes Special Section For World Malaria Day

USAID’s Maternal and Child Survival Program: Malaria: One Disease, Many Faces
Katrin DeCamp, web manager and senior communications specialist with MCSP, and Joel Bobeck, independent media specialist, present a special section published in recognition of World Malaria Day on April 25. “MCSP is playing a key role in ending malaria for good. Our work throughout Africa — and Burma in South East Asia — aims to ensure that all people at risk for the disease have access to preventative, diagnostic, and treatment services. Our focus remains on the most vulnerable (pregnant women and young children) while helping to strengthen health systems comprehensively to ensure increased coverage and lasting results…” (4/25).

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