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Ghana sees falling malaria burden, targets elimination- FRANCIS KOKUTSE

When Eugene Andoh was told that the National Malaria Elimination Programme had set in motion a plan to eliminate malaria in the country, he beamed, made the sign of the cross, and declared, “This must be big news to me. It is something that I have always prayed for. “I […]

New study suggests climate change could mean declining malaria risk

A new study led by the British University of Leeds predict that the hot and dry conditions brought about by climate change will lead to an overall decrease in areas suitable for malaria transmission from 2025 onwards. The research entitled “Future malaria environmental suitability in Africa is sensitive to hydrology” was published on […]

AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine is no more – but its remarkable success must not be forgotten

Last week’s announcement that AstraZeneca would no longer market its Covid vaccine brings an end to one of the century’s most remarkable medical stories. Created within a year of the arrival of the pandemic, the AZ vaccine was cheap, easily stored and transported, and helped stave off humanitarian crises in Asia and […]


World Malaria Day 2024: “Accelerating the fight against malaria for a more equitable world”

Dear malaria partners and friends, On this year’s World Malaria Day, WHO has joined forces with the RBM Partnership and other partners to spotlight the critical importance of advancing health equity, gender equality and human rights in malaria responses worldwide. I would like to begin by acknowledging the tremendous contributions of […]