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Malaria death rates have plunged by 60% since 2000, translating into 6.2m lives saved, the vast majority of them children, according to a joint World Health Organisation - UNICEF report recently released.
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DIFD:  Malaria death rates drop by 60%

Unicef: Finalists selected in Global ‘Wearables for Good’ Design Challenge to Transform Children’s Lives

World Hepatitis Summit

Europe and Africa double research efforts to tackle AIDS, Ebola and other infectious diseases

Malaria: a persistent health threat that we must face head on

Steep drop in pneumonia deaths in last decade, but much further to go – UNICEF

Revised guidelines for malaria prevention in travellers from the UK

Spending on fight against malaria may not provide good value

A life saved every three minutes – Britain leads the way in fight against HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria

DFID Research: The essentials for RDT implementation

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