The new statistics show impressive evolution in the fight against malaria — a 46 % decrease in infections part children in sub-Saharan Africa and an estimated 4.3 million deaths averted globally. A substantial increase in international funding has contributed to those achievements. The U.S.
malaria remains a leading cause of death in poorer and tropical parts of the world. Eliminating it as a major world disease threat would require doubling the current $3 billion spent annually.
In the face of so a lot of other pressing needs, why should we continue to invest in malaria?