More on World Malaria Day 2019 After more than a decade of steady advances in fighting malaria, progress has levelled off. According to WHO’s latest World malaria report, no significant gains were made in reducing malaria cases in the period 2015 to 2017. The estimated number of malaria deaths in 2017, at 435 000, remained … More “Zero malaria starts with me”
Malaria is one of the deadliest diseases in the world
World Malaria Day 2019 is on April 25th, this annual event is a worldwide effort, to raise awareness of Malaria and funds for the treatment and prevention of malaria. The day works to highlight the need for better political intervention in malaria control and prevention. The day also marks the continuing great achievements in the … More WORLD MALARIA DAY 25 APRIL
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announces the Government will support clinical trials to test the effectiveness of a world-first malaria vaccine in an attempt to globally eradicate the disease! … More TRIAL TO TACKLE MALARIA
Lets make it a reality Governor General of Australia, Sir Peter Cosgrove says!!
Malaria is one of the killer diseases of the world. Queensland scientists want to deliberately infect people with malaria to prove they can beat it. Professor Michael Good from Griffith University, Institute for Glycomics, Gold Coast, explains further about the disease Malaria, where it's found, the impact on the world and the vaccine.