Participants practising the Mozzie Clap at the W4GF Workshop on Strengthening and Integrating TB & Malaria within the HIV Gender Response, 6 – 8 Dec 2015, Harare, Zimbabwe.
Malaria kills and its main victims are children and women.
We can stop this scourge so that people can live with dignity and go to work and school.
- WHO World Malaria Report 2017
- World Health Organisation (WHO) Gender, Health and Malaria Information Sheet
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Discussion Paper on Gender and Malaria
- World Health Organisation (WHO) webpage on Lives at risk: malaria in pregnancy
- The Importance of Gender in Malaria Data
- World Malaria Day 2018
- Malaria Matchbox
- The Fight Against Malaria
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