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WHO World Malaria Report Shows Aid Efforts Are Working
Date:12/17/2009

ike insecticide-treated mosquito nets, spraying of homes with safe, effective insecticides and malaria diagnosis and treatment worked together to dramatically reduce deaths and illness. And as we continue to make progress in the fight against malaria, we make important gains toward meeting the Millennium Development Goals related to poverty reduction, child survival, maternal health and reducing malaria deaths."

Bolstered by the new data from WHO, malaria advocates in the U.S. have requested that the U.S. government allocate $924 million for bilateral malaria funding; $200 million for research, development and technical assistance; and $1.75 billion for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in appropriations for fiscal year 2011. Advocates also applauded the ongoing commitment of the Obama Administration and Congress to expand malaria programming, demonstrated by the recent approval of $585 million for bilateral assistance for malaria and an additional $1.05 billion in support of the Global Fund.
The United States remains a global leader in the fight against malaria. Last year alone, the President's Malaria Initiative reached 32 million people with lifesaving prevention or treatment services, while direct funding from the U.S. has helped the Global Fund distribute 104 million ITNs to protect families and provide treatment to 74 million individuals suffering with malaria.

Visit the World Health Organization's Web site for more information on the World Malaria Report 2009.

This effort sponsored collectively by the following malaria community partners:
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