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Sub-Saharan African Leaders Move to Adopt ‘High Burden to High Impact’ Approach to Combat Malaria

Sub-Saharan African Leaders Move to Adopt ‘High Burden to High Impact’ Approach to Combat Malaria

The actions focus on translating political commitment towards getting rid of the vector-borne disease into tangible actions. Sub-Saharan leaders in the highest-burden countries are moving rapidly to adopt the “High burden to high impact” (HBHI) approach to jumpstart progress against the mosquito-borne disease, malaria. The actions focus on translating political commitment towards getting rid of …

We will end world hunger in 20 years and malaria will be ‘virtually eliminated’, vows Bill Gates ahead of Cambridge University lecture

We will end world hunger in 20 years and malaria will be ‘virtually eliminated’, vows Bill Gates ahead of Cambridge University lecture

Bill Gates is to give the Hawking Fellowship lecture at Cambridge University  Says solving malnutrition could help end obesity and diseases in the West Asthma and allergies could be prevented and malaria ‘virtually eliminated’  Scientists will ‘smartly engineer intervention’ to fix the good bacteria in the gut By solving malnutrition we can ‘fix one of the …

Kano tackles malaria with 8.5m mosquito nets

Kano tackles malaria with 8.5m mosquito nets

Ted Odogwu, Kano The Kano State Government says it will commence the distribution of 8.5 million long-lasting mosquito nets on October 5 to curb malaria which constitutes 30 per cent mortality for children under the age of five. The state Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, Usman Muhammad, said malaria was still one the major public …

Integrative Medicine: Medical doctors, natural practitioners can work together

Integrative Medicine: Medical doctors, natural practitioners can work together

Following recent pronouncement from the federal government to give total support to thetraditional medicine practitioners in Nigeria of the protection of their intellectual property rights, also working in line with the theme for the 2019 African Traditional Medicine Day,“Integrating Traditional Medicine in Health Sciences Curricular in the African Region”,Dr. Qazeem Olawale , Founder and President …

RBM Partnership joins experts in reaffirming the vision of a malaria-free world

RBM Partnership joins experts in reaffirming the vision of a malaria-free world

The RBM Partnership to End Malaria welcomes the latest research from The Lancet Commission on Malaria Eradication – Malaria Eradication within a generation: ambitious, achievable, and necessary. Authored by 41 of the world’s leading experts, the new academic report shows that eradication is possible and could be achieved within a generation, and proposes solutions to the major operational, biological …

How Malaria Can be Prevented, Treated During Pregnancy Months

How Malaria Can be Prevented, Treated During Pregnancy Months

Pregnant women are three times more likely to develop severe Malaria than non-pregnant women acquiring infections from the same area. One of the most prevalent mosquito-borne diseases around the world, malaria, along with other vector-borne diseases like dengue and chikungunya affect millions of people annually. Notably, pregnant women are especially susceptible to malaria infection. Without …

AbdulRazaq launches ‘Malaria-Free-Kwara’ campaign

AbdulRazaq launches ‘Malaria-Free-Kwara’ campaign

Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq yesterday flagged off a state-wide campaign to curtail malaria, calling it one of the first fruits of his early interventions in the health sector where he recently paid N232 million counterpart funds. The campaign, named Malaria-Free-Kwara, qualifies Kwarans to access free malaria treatments in the health centres near them in …