Currently, Malaria death incidence in Eritrea decreased by 90%. The country plan is to to control malaria by 2020, its pre-eradication by 2023, and eradication by 2030.
MAKDA SOLOMON | SHABAIT
Development of any nation is determined by so many factors. One and important factor is health of the population because a healthy population can work effectively towards a national development.
Taking health as an important concern and a fundamental avenue for national development, the government of Eritrea started to work hard from the early years of independence by settings many exertions towards health.
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Eritrea become one of the few countries to have achieved the UN Millennium Development Goal regarding HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases. Eritrea’s success within the areas of immunization, vaccination, and malaria prevention underscores the country’s general progress within heath and development.
, Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion
Several days ago, the African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) convened during the 26th African Union Summit to celebrate unprecedented progress against malaria in Africa. During the gathering, ALMA presented its annual Awards for Excellence to 13 African countries that have shown commitment, innovation and progress in the fight against malaria, with being one of the distinguished award recipients. Eritrea Continue reading Exploring Eritrea’s Success in Immunization, Vaccination, and Malaria Control
Eritrea will be recipient of the 2016 ALMA Awards for Excellence for achieving the Millennium Development Goals target for malaria.
The African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) today presented Eritrea with the 2016 Award for Excellence in recognition of the country’s progress in fighting malaria and meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) target for malaria reduction.
Eritrea was one of eight countries to meet the MDG target and one of 13 overall that were recognized for their progress in the fight against malaria.
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