The New Times, 25 April 2019
Malaria often hits the most impoverished communities that, in turn, often fall victim to falsified medicines as they are unable to afford high-quality medicines.
Every year, from 2000 until 2015, the global health community celebrated its success in reducing the number of cases of malaria – even hailing it as one of the greatest global health success stories. But progress in eliminating malaria has slowed since 2016. Why?