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Eritrea Made the Biggest Breakthrough in Preventing Malaria Mortality in History

Why is the mainstream media headlines greet Bill Gates announcement of his “Malaria vaccine” program while ignoring the biggest breakthrough in Malaria mortality prevention in history was made possible through simple public-health practice?

The battle against Malaria won one mosquito net at a time
Eritrea won the battle against Malaria

By Ruben Rosenberg Colorni,

A few years back, the World’s richest man, Bill Gates, announced a donation of about $1 billion out of his fortune towards funding a Malaria “vaccine” research which is still the number one killer disease in Africa.

Putting aside conspiracy theories about big pharmaceutical industries for being behind a systematic tendency of using the less developed continents (especially Africa) as guinea pigs for non-consensual research and testing new drugs disguised as development, the world media gave applause and front page headline coverage for this big announcement.

However, hundreds of studies, papers and analyses have determined that the best way to reduce transmission and mortality from infectious diseases such as Malaria and Polio is to educate a population and raise its standard of living.

One best example is the African nation of Eritrea. Continue reading Eritrea Made the Biggest Breakthrough in Preventing Malaria Mortality in History

President of Liberia Commends Eritrea’s Achievements in Malaria Control

Praising Eritrea on Health achievements

By TesfaNews,

In a meeting organized by the African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) that took place on 26th May 2013 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the out-going Chairperson of ALMA, H.E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, praised Eritrea and other African countries that have achieved the target of reducing malaria incidence and commended the leaders of those countries for their vision and commitment.

Elaborating on the impact of the program and specifying the countries that have achieved the target of reducing malaria incidence, President Sirleaf said:  Continue reading President of Liberia Commends Eritrea’s Achievements in Malaria Control

Exploring Eritrea’s Health Success Stories

Eritrea’s achievement in health sector create a promising prospects to child growth in the Sub-Saharan countries: UNICEF report

By Seare Habtemicheal,

The state of Eritrea, in the past couple of decades, has registered a remarkable success in the improvement of the people’s health status through its famous Health-for-all policy.

In just few independence years, the government has made an intensive effort in providing quality and accessible health care system and made a commendable achievement on the prevention of communicable diseases including malaria, HIV/Aids and most importantly immunization of children against the most deadly childhood diseases.  Continue reading Exploring Eritrea’s Health Success Stories

Eritrea Declares Reduction Of Malaria Prevalence By 90%

Dr. Tewolde Gebremeskel

By Shabait,

The declining of malaria prevalence in the country by 90% demonstrates the vigorous efforts undertaken in the past 20 years of independence to control deaths caused by this disease, stated the Director of the National Malaria Control Program, Dr. Tewolde Gebremeskel. Continue reading Eritrea Declares Reduction Of Malaria Prevalence By 90%