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Contributing to the Global Malaria Economic Evidence Base

Malaria is one of global health’s resounding success stories. The numbers speak for themselves: Efforts to prevent malaria in pregnancy have averted 94,000 newborn deaths between 2009 and 2012. Malaria mortality has decreased by 60 percent, with 6.2 million lives saved since 2000. Between 2000 and 2015, 57 countries reduced malaria cases by at least 75 percent. But […]

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Malaria Control Interventions and Broader Health System Implications

Worldwide, malaria deaths are down by 60 percent, and the Malaria Consortium estimates that more than six million lives have been saved since 2000. Ending malaria for good will require sustained financing for malaria control interventions, and sound evidence of the broader economic impacts of these activities to ensure smart investments. In recognition of World Malaria […]

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