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World Malaria Day : ready to beat malaria April 25

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      Global Malaria

      • 3.2B People: Nearly half of the world’s population is at risk of malaria

      • More than 2/3: of all malaria deaths are in children under 5

      In 2016 Worldwide

      • 216M Malaria Cases

      • 445K Malaria Deaths

      Progress

      • Compared to 2000: Annual number of global malaria deaths cut in half, saving 6.8M lives globally since 2001

      • Since 2005: More than 1B Antimalarial treatments (ACTs) and bed nets provided by global partners

      CDC’s Impact

      • Providing scientific leadership in elimination science

      • Strengthening surveillance systems to provide data for decision-making

      • Supporting countries to scale up interventions through the President’s Malaria Initiative (with USAID)

      • Evaluation diagnostics, vaccines, and vector control tools to further drive down transmission and burden

      • Mitigating threats from drug and insecticide resistance to continued progress

      • Improving prevention and control of malaria in the United States

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