World Malaria Day 2024 - the global efforts to control malaria

The Global efforts to control malaria which is observed every year on April 25. The world observes World Malaria Day to honor international efforts to combat the disease 

Malaria poses a threat to 3.3 billion people worldwide, spread across 106 nations, most of them were African children  

World Malaria Day 2024: “Time to deliver zero malaria: invest, innovate, implement”.

Donors make a difference: WHO, communities and partners collaborate to eradicate infectious illnesses.

WHO prequalifies a second malaria vaccine, marking a significant step forward in disease prevention.

The World Health Organization recognizes Cabo Verde as malaria-free, a historic milestone in the fight against malaria.

WHO updated its guidance for managing vector-borne illnesses by indoor residual spraying.

Ministers of Health from African countries with the highest burden of malaria agreed today to expedited action to end fatalities due to the disease.