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Ending malaria in Africa needs to focus on poverty: quick fixes won't cut it

By Silas Majambere, Director of Scientific Operations at the Pan-African Mosquito Control Association and Associate Professor of Medical Entomology, Université des sciences, des techniques et des technologies de Bamako
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Globally more than 400,000 people die of malaria annually. Africa carries a disproportionate burden of the disease. In 2019, 94% of deaths and cases were recorded in the region.

History shows that two centuries ago, malaria was ravaging some countries in Europe at rates similar to those being experienced in Africa…

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