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We could have a world without malaria: Here's how
Take a look at the prevention, treatment, and elimination tools that could completely eradicate malaria in our lifetime.
Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 02:00 PM
Mosquitos carry malaria, a deadly disease that makes this animal the single largest killer of humans around the world. Malaria has been eliminated in 62 countries since the 1960s, yet it still kills 600,000 people - mostly children - globally.
But a world without malaria is possible and it may not be as far away as we think. The prevention, treatment, and elimination methods exist to completely eradicate malaria worldwide. So what's holding it up? It's a matter of getting the funds and resources to the locations that need them most. Here's how we could have a world without malaria:
How We Could Have A World Without Malaria [Infographic] by the team at Work The World
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