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  1. Protect African pupils from malaria to tackle anemia, boost learning: researchers - Reuters

    Protect African pupils from malaria to tackle anemia, boost learning: researchers
    Reuters
    Children in Mali who benefited from these three measures from their teachers were 95 percent less likely to be infected with malaria parasites and 44 percent less at risk of being anemic than those who only received bed nets, according to the study.
    Malaria control in African schools dramatically cuts infection and reduces risk of anemiaEurekAlert (press release)

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  2. Inequalities in malaria research funding in sub-Saharan Africa - EurekAlert (press release)

    Inequalities in malaria research funding in sub-Saharan Africa
    EurekAlert (press release)
    A quarter of countries in sub-Saharan Africa receive very little funding for research into malaria despite having high malaria-related death rates. In a new study, led by the University of Southampton and published in The Lancet Global Health ...

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  3. Awareness camp on malaria control held - The Echo of India

    Awareness camp on malaria control held
    The Echo of India
    June 2017 is being observed as Anti Malaria month and this year theme is “Malaria Control Everyone's Concerned”. As such, an awareness camp was held in the Panchayat hall, Tushnabad on Wednesday, in which Ms. Mary Jasinta, Pradhan, Tushnabad ...

  4. Regional experts discuss malaria elimination by 2030 - Xinhua ... - Xinhua

    Regional experts discuss malaria elimination by 2030 - Xinhua ...
    Xinhua
    VIENTIANE, June 28 (Xinhua) -- Regional experts are gathering in Lao capital Vientiane to discuss the control and elimination of malaria in the Greater Mekong ...

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  5. Malaria returns to India's capital with 113 new cases | Daily Mail ... - Daily Mail

    Daily Mail

    Malaria returns to India's capital with 113 new cases | Daily Mail ...
    Daily Mail
    The National Institute of Malaria Research (NIMR) has found two species of the carrier anopheles mosquito – stephensi (urban vector) and culicifacies (rural ...
    Why this sudden surge in malaria cases in DelhiDown To Earth Magazine (press release) (registration) (blog)
    40 cases of malaria recorded in June as dengue threat looms large ...Hindustan Times
    With 113 Cases, Malaria Makes a Dangerous Comeback in DelhiThe Quint
    Times of India -BSI bureau (press release) -NDTV Doctor
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  6. Threatened U.S. foreign aid program prevents malaria from killing ... - Humanosphere

    Humanosphere

    Threatened U.S. foreign aid program prevents malaria from killing ...
    Humanosphere
    U.S. President Donald Trump wants to cut funding to one of the government's most effective global health programs. Trump's budget proposal reduces support ...

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  7. Study links deforestation and malaria - Phys.Org

    Phys.Org

    Study links deforestation and malaria
    Phys.Org
    A new study of 67 less-developed, malaria-endemic nations, titled Anthropogenic Forest Loss and Malaria Prevalence: a Comparative Examination of the Causes and Disease Consequences of Deforestation in Developing Nations, finds a link between ...

  8. US Malaria Donations Saved Almost 2 Million African Children - New York Times

    New York Times

    US Malaria Donations Saved Almost 2 Million African Children
    New York Times
    The researchers — economists from the University of North Carolina and Harvard — looked at death rates for children under 5, contrasting the 19 countries that get American malaria aid (mostly in the form of mosquito nets, house spraying and malaria ...

  9. Climate Change Could Bring Malaria Risk to Ethiopia's Highlands - Voice of America

    Voice of America

    Climate Change Could Bring Malaria Risk to Ethiopia's Highlands
    Voice of America
    “What's happening is the conditions, at least in terms of temperature, that are suitable for malaria are slowly creeping up at higher elevations,” said Bradfield Lyon at Maine's Climate Change Institute and School of Earth and Climate Sciences. “The ...

  10. University of Washington initiative awarded $9.3M to fight deadly ... - GeekWire

    GeekWire

    University of Washington initiative awarded $9.3M to fight deadly ...
    GeekWire
    Viruses and parasites are constantly changing. That's the reason last year's flu shot isn't as effective against this year's flu — the virus has evolved to…
    UW-led scientists 'closing the gap' on malaria in India | UW TodayUW Today

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