Gates: We Can Eliminate Malaria

The world has reduced malaria by about half since the start of the Millennium Development Goals in the year 2000, explains Gates

Melinda Gates, the co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, says the fact that the world has reduced malaria by about half since the start of the Millennium Development Goals in the year 2000 means that, “…we're not only making progress, but we're learning what it takes, and we're finding the tools.”
 
Gates, who says together with her husband, Bill, spend a lot of time with the malaria team, internally [in the Foundation] and with all the partners, believes that, “We can eliminate malaria in certain areas. Now I think we know the tools we need to get eradication.”
 
She is of the view that it is going to take some scientific breakthroughs in terms of malaria medicines, and it's going to take a huge commitment, adding that, “But it's possible.”
 
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Source: 
All Africa

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