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Malaria, Preventable Diseases Rise In CAR As Insecurity Hampers Delivery Of Aid, MSF Says

The Guardian: Central African Republic facing chronic health care crisis as scars of conflict abide “More than two years of sectarian violence have decimated already fragile health systems in Central African Republic (CAR), leading to a rise in preventable diseases like malaria among families still hiding from armed groups in…

Gates Foundation Responds To Humanosphere’s Report On Experimental Malaria Vaccine

Humanosphere: Gates Foundation critiques our report on malaria vaccine Bryan Callahan, senior program officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, writes a letter to the editor in response to Humanosphere’s recent article on the “clinical results of the latest … test of an experimental malaria vaccine championed by [the foundation],” saying…

Blog Posts Recognize World Malaria Day

Humanosphere: Malaria vaccine disappoints, shifts strategy for eradication In a guest post, science writer Robert Fortner discusses recently released data on an experimental malaria vaccine, as well as efforts to eradicate the disease (4/24). MEASURE Evaluation: Invest in the Future: Strengthen Malaria Programs with Gender Data “…On April 25, World…

U.N.’s Ban Calls For Continued Investment In Global Malaria Efforts

U.N. News Centre: Welcoming progress in fight against malaria, Ban calls for more work to continue momentum “In a message to mark World Malaria Day [on Saturday], the United Nations Secretary-General said that better access to insecticide-treated bed nets and greater availability of accurate diagnostics and effective treatment were the…

News Outlets Recognize World Malaria Day With Reports On Disease Treatment, Prevention

The Guardian: ‘When people come with severe malaria, it is like a race against time’ “In her 12-square-meter outpost in Ethiopia’s Oromia region, Nure Kieltaji represents the frontline in the fight against malaria. She works as a community health worker, one of two people offering basic primary health care to…

Aid Groups, Governments, Multilateral Agencies Must Continue Efforts To End Malaria

The Hill: Malaria is on its way out — but the fight isn’t finished Daniel Speckhard, president and CEO of Lutheran World Relief “… As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the President’s Malaria Initiative, and World Malaria Day … we’re seeing more access to treatment and smart malaria prevention…

Gates Foundation Publishes Several Blog Posts Recognizing World Malaria Day

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Impatient Optimists”: Private Sector Innovates to Eliminate Malaria in Cambodia (Pratt, 4/20). Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Impatient Optimists”: Protecting Pregnant Women from Malaria — A Missed “Quick Win” (Buj, 4/21). Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Impatient Optimists”: Fake Antimalarials: How Big Is the problem?…

U.S. Government Officials Discuss Malaria Surveillance, Prevention Efforts In Blog Posts

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: World Malaria Day 2015 S. Patrick Kachur, chief of the CDC’s Malaria Branch, Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria, writes about how “design thinking” can contribute to innovative malaria surveillance and information systems (4/24). U.S. State Department’s “DipNote”: Shrinking the Malaria Map Rear Admiral (Ret.) Tim…