Malaria Relief Central to Africa's Economy Nils Daulaire of the Global Health Network says that most pressure on the G8 is for debt relief. But while large-scale aid is needed, a great economic boost can come with an initiative that President Bush has called for — $1.2 billion to fight malaria.
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Malaria Relief Central to Africa's Economy

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Malaria Relief Central to Africa's Economy

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Nils Daulaire of the Global Health Network says that most pressure on the G8 is for debt relief. But while large-scale aid is needed, a great economic boost can come with an initiative that President Bush has called for — $1.2 billion to fight malaria.