Malaria Projects

Malaria is still one of the most important causes of disease and death in Africa. In Mozambique, according to the 2018 WHO Malaria Report, there were 10 million cases of malaria in 2017 and almost 15,000 deaths.

 

Malaria prevention projects seek to reduce the high burden of Malaria by teaching communities how to take action to combat Malaria, implement preventive actions in their homes and communities, and seek early treatment in health centres.

10 million of Malaria cases and 15,000 deaths in 2017

Data from WHO about Malaria (2017) in Mozambique

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