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UN health envoy, Bill Gates announce council to end malaria
 
Humanosphere
Click to see the full issue from 01/27/2017

Why 2016 was a year of public health progress
Progress was made in 2016 against numerous threats to global health, writes vaccinologist Melvin Sanicas, including the creation of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, training rats to detect tuberculosis, and work on vaccines for malaria, shingles, dengue fever, and Ebola. 
Project Syndicate (Prague)
Click to see the full issue from 01/23/2017

Study: Anemia provides natural malaria protection
A study suggests that iron deficiency may provide children with natural protection against malaria. "Iron supplementation completely reversed the observed protection and hence should be accompanied by malaria prophylaxis," the study notes. 
Tech Times
Click to see the full issue from 01/09/2017

Jamaican officials identify 2 cases of imported malaria in 2017
 
Outbreak News Today
Click to see the full issue from 01/09/2017

Malaria death toll for children too high, public health expert says
 
Voice of America
Click to see the full issue from 01/06/2017

Sri Lanka's malaria-free designation offers lessons to the world
 
Devex (free registration)
Click to see the full issue from 12/23/2016

Excerpts from UN Dispatch
"The new WHO 2016 World Malaria Report calls attention to the importance -- and the complexity -- of global malaria response." 
UN Dispatch
Click to see the full issue from 12/14/2016

WHO: Continued progress to curb malaria relies on increased funding
The world will meet its goal of eliminating malaria in 10 countries such as Sri Lanka and Kyrgyzstan by 2020, but further progress in areas where the disease is endemic will require donors to step up funding, said the World Health Organization. Global malaria efforts require $6.4 billion each year, but last year donors gave just $2.9 billion. 
The Guardian (London) , Devex (free registration) , Voice of America
Click to see the full issue from 12/14/2016

UNAIDS chief: World must ensure funding is available to fight AIDS
Thursday was World AIDS Day, highlighting that countries around the world must continue to actively fight AIDS as well as support the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria if the disease is to be controlled, write UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe and Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden Isabella Lovin. Sufficient funding must be made available to ensure AIDS can be diminished, they write. 
Project Syndicate (Prague)
Click to see the full issue from 12/02/2016

World's first malaria vaccine will be trialed in sub-Saharan Africa
 
Reuters
Click to see the full issue from 11/18/2016

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