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27 April 2016

Malaria control, disasters and conflict


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WHO European Region announced last week that Europe is now malaria free. This is great news to coincide with World Malaria Day this year. The challenge is to make sure Europe remains free of malaria into the future.

Europe has been declared malaria free before, back in 1975. What happened to allow it to return?

Read more at CABI's blog "Hand picked... and carefully sorted"

Photo credit:CDC

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