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WHO World Malaria Report 2022

The WHO Malaria Report 2022 indicates Malaria cases continue to rise although at a slower rate than in the 2019/2020 period, which is promising. However, Malaria cases and deaths are still 6% and 9% higher respectively than pre-COVID. Continued focus and collaboration is required to reach our Malaria elimination goals.

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WHO World Malaria Report 2021

According to WHO’s latest World malaria report, there were an estimated 241 million malaria cases and 627 000 malaria deaths worldwide in 2020. This represents about 14 million more cases in 2020 compared to 2019, and 69 000 more deaths. Approximately two thirds of these additional deaths (47 000) were linked to disruptions in the provision of malaria prevention, diagnosis and treatment during the pandemic

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Global Fund 7th Replenishment

20 years after the Global Fund was created, the world is in crisis again. We must fight for what counts – to defeat HIV, TB and malaria, end health inequity and protect humanity from pandemics. The Global Fund is calling on the world to mobilize US$18 billion to save 20 million lives. Because who, if not us? And when, if not now? This is our fight. This is what counts. #FightForWhatCounts

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Global Fund Results Report 2021

The Global Fund’s Results Report 2021 details how our partnership moved swiftly to support countries to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and to adapt lifesaving HIV, TB and malaria programs so they could safely continue. In more than 120 countries and regions around the world, we are also making urgent reinforcements to systems for health needed to defeat today’s pandemics and prepare for tomorrow’s

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BBC: Malaria: Aberystwyth University drone system used in Zanzibar

Drone and smartphone technology developed at Aberystwyth University is being used to fight malaria in Tanzania's semi-autonomous islands of Zanzibar

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