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World Health Organization (WHO) May 22
Algeria 🇩🇿 and Argentina 🇦🇷 have been officially recognized by WHO as 🦟-free. 💪 The certification is granted when a country proves that it has interrupted indigenous transmission for at least 3 consecutive years.
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The Lancet Infectious Diseases May 23
Correspondence in June issue describes how trained dogs use their noses to identify people infected with the parasite
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World Health Organization (WHO) May 22
Replying to @WHOAFRO
🇩🇿 is the second country in the Region to be officially recognized as 🦟-free, after Mauritius 🇲🇺, which was certified in 1973.
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CDC Global Health May 16
If you're traveling to an area where occurs, there are things you can do to protect yourself and those you love. Learn more about the importance of malaria prevention:
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Medscape May 16
A new vaccine (Mosquirix) is entering a large-scale pilot test. In trials, the vaccine reduced malaria episodes by 40%. Read more here.
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CDC Global Health May 16
Planning international travel this summer? Know the risks and what you can do to help prevent mosquito-borne illnesses like while abroad.
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RBM Partnership May 21
We are very excited to welcome journalists from across the 11 highest burden countries in Geneva as part of our first ever media fellowship. We know that journalists have the power to inform and educate their audiences to defeat once and for all.
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Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 20h
More than a century after the parasite was first discovered in Algeria by a French physician, the country is now rid of the deadly disease.
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Malaria Reminder 34m
Don't forget to take your pill!
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Dr Beatriz Baragana May 23
Exciting job opportunity for a Malaria Biologist ⁩ Recruitment - Human Resources - The University of Dundee
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Dr Catherine Ball May 23
I never thought I would see a vaccine in my lifetime, this is amazing work thanks to and
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Hands Free Computing 20h
Argentina and Algeria stamp out malaria in 'historic achievement'
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PMI May 22
In case you missed it: The Operational Plans for our partner countries for fiscal year 2018 and 2019 are now available on our website.
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Ram Kommaraju 17h
Excited to see how the new vaccine (RTS-S) reduces rates of in Africa. Salute to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for providing the resources in this age-old fight against this deadly disease.
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Dr Matshidiso Moeti May 22
I congratulate for having eliminated . Consistent efforts in malaria prevention, control, good surveillance and investments have paid off.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus May 23
It gives me great pleasure to certify 2 more countries – and – as officially free of . As Director-General of , I congratulate both of these nations for a remarkable achievement.
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AUNIQUEI May 23
Congratulations to for becoming -free! The second African country to do so after in 1973.
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Nisus Medical UK May 23
and stamp out in 'historic achievement' Improvements in detection, diagnosis and treatment hailed by ⁦⁩ as ‘a model for other countries’
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Bloodsucking Parasites 2h
Some considerable issues concerning elimination in India J_VBD
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Beyond the bite - malaria in Sierra Leone 16h
It's a big moment for our reporters in as they get to see their films for the first time on life with in . Emmanuel Bundu from Bo lost his son to Malaria in 2018. He said this of his film; "the film is excellent, it's fantastic."
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