Bill Gates and UN say malaria could be eradicated by 2040 | Health24
Getting rid of malaria could ultimately save 11 million lives and provide $2 trillion in economic benefits.
Good news: Malaria deaths fall by over half in 15 years
Global malaria control is one of the great public health success stories of this century with malaria deaths worldwide have fallen by 60 percent since 2000.
One million Africans to catch malaria from newly-constructed dams | Health24
The building of over 80 new dams across sub-Saharan Africa is expected to cause over one million cases of malaria this year with people living near these dams at the greatest risk.
How the world can cut malaria cases by 90% in the next 15 years | Health24
The combined efforts behind the World Health Organisation and Roll Back Malaria is finally paying off and we should see a 90% reduction by 2030 in malaria mortality rates and cases compared to 2015.
EU approves the world's first malaria vaccine | Health24
The world's first malaria vaccine, called Mosquirix, got a green light from the European Medicines Agency. who have recommended that it be licensed for use in babies in Africa at risk of the mosquito-borne disease.
Remarkable drop in malaria death rates | Health24
Malaria deaths, which claimed the lives of over 1300 people in South Africa since 2000, have dropped by almost a half globally, but Ebola threatens to reverse some gains.