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Africa Malaria Day: Working for Prevention, Cure

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Africa Malaria Day: Working for Prevention, Cure

Global Health

Africa Malaria Day: Working for Prevention, Cure

Africa Malaria Day: Working for Prevention, Cure

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The United Nations has designated April 25 as Africa Malaria Day. Malaria kills more than a million Africans each year, most of them children. Correspondent Farai Chideya reports on groups ranging from scientists to musicians working on both prevention and a cure.

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