WHO push for prevention on World Malaria Day, 25 April
WHO is calling for closing gaps in coverage of lifesaving malaria prevention tools. While these tools have played a pivotal role in reducing malaria cases and deaths, they are still not available to many who need them. "WHO-recommended tools have made a measurable difference in the global malaria fight," said Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO. "But we need a much bigger push for prevention – especially in Africa, which bears the greatest burden of malaria." Read 'Prevent malaria - save lives: WHO push for prevention on World Malaria Day, 25th April' here.
Roll Back Malaria World Malaria Day Statement
The risk of malaria resurgence is real, particularly if political commitment weakens, funding wanes or technical challenges go unaddressed. This World Malaria Day, let's keep the conversation rolling on ending malaria for good - endmalaria. Read 'World Malaria Day 2017 - Statement RBM' here.
MESA: ‘Top Pick’ article for World Malaria Day 2017
MESA (Malaria Eradication Scientific Alliance) asked five experts what recent paper has helped them in their effort to outsmart malaria. Find out what top pick malaria articles have been chosen here.
MESA: Malaria researchers share cutting-edge science, on film
In February 2017, malaria experts from around the world gathered in Kampala, Uganda to attend "Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication", a conference organized by Keystone Symposia in collaboration with MESA. Eight scientists shared their cutting edge research with MESA, on film. Read more and watch these "malaria SciTalks" here.
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