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World's first malaria vaccine will be available from 2018

HEALTH & SCIENCE

The jab will be launched in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi in a pilot involving more than 750,000 children aged between five and 17 months.

World's first malaria vaccine will be available from 2018

By Mirror | 4 years ago

Look East to contain spread of malaria

Look East to contain spread of malaria

Seven in every ten Kenyans are at risk of catching malaria. Those who catch it are at the risk of becoming part of the 400,000 people in the world who die from malaria annually. Most of these victims are babies and pregnant women from sub-Saharan Africa.

Dr Isaac Kalua | 4 years ago

We must keep up the fight against Malaria

Malaria statistics have improved significantly in the past few years. Between 2010 and 2015, malaria incidence reduced by 21 per cent and the number of deaths fell by 29 per cent globally (and by 31 per cent in the African region), according to the WHO’s World Malaria Report 2016.

Githinji Gitahi | 4 years ago

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