Friday, 25 July 2014


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How We Could Have A World Without Malaria
By Work The World, 9 July 2014.

Malaria kills hundreds of thousands of people every year, and infects hundreds of millions more. Yet, elimination of the disease is possible - in fact, it’s been achieved in 62 countries since 1960. So, what stands in the way of a world without malaria?

Worldwide elimination of malaria is an achievable goal, even if there is still a long way to go. With intelligent distribution of resources, circumvention of resistance, and forward thinking, millions of lives can be saved.

How We Could Have A World Without Malaria?
Infographic by Work The World

Top image credit: The Carter Centre (image edited).

[Source: Work The World. Top image added.]

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