WHO’s New Global Malaria Strategy for 2030

The WHO’s New Global Malaria Strategy for 2030 aims to significantly accelerate efforts to combat malaria, a pervasive global health threat that continues to cause substantial mortality and morbidity, particularly in Africa. In 2022 alone, there were approximately 608,000 malaria-related deaths and 249 million new cases. The strategy focuses on establishing unified norms, introducing innovative tools, promoting strategic information utilization, and providing leadership to enhance malaria control efforts. Emphasizing equity, the plan targets the needs of vulnerable groups like children, pregnant women, and indigenous populations, addressing barriers to access and treatment. The approach is holistic, prioritizing resilience, country ownership, and system integration to ensure sustainable and efficient healthcare delivery.

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