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Malaria control programs produce substantial

Posted by linyuer on Dec 15, 2010 7:29:29 PM

beats by dre The World Health Organization released its 2010 world malaria report  Tuesday at Geneva, stating that the massive scale-up in malaria control  programs between 2008 and 2010 had resulted in substantial progress in  bring down the number of Malaria infection and related death.It is  critical that the international community ensure sufficient and  predictable funding to meet the ambitious targets set dr dre beats for malaria control," the WHO said, pointing out that the 1.8  billion-U.S.-dollar commitment from the international society still fall  short of the 6-billion-dollar fund needed in the coming year.       The results set out in this report are the monster beats best seen in decades," and after years of deterioration and stagnation  in the malaria situation, "countries and their development partners are  now on the offensive." WHO Director-General Margaret Chan said at a  press conference.The report shows, in Africa, a total of 11 countries  exceeded 50 percent reduction in either confirmed malaria moncler cases or malaria admissions and deaths over the past decade.    In the same period, a decrease of more than 50 percent in confirmed  cases of malaria was also registered in 32 of the 56 malaria-endemic  countries outside Africa, monster headphones while downward trends of 25 percent to 50 percent were reported in  eight additional countries.The WHO applied large-scale malaria control  programs in sub- Saharan Africa in the 2008-2010 period. Through the  programs, insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs) were distributed to  than 578 million people at risk in the region, and indoor residual  spraying had also reached 75 million people hip hop beats.

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