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- 2010 WHO"The World Malaria Report 2010 summarizes information received from 106 malaria-endemic countries and from malaria control partners. It highlights continued progress made towards reaching international targets for malaria control by 2010 and by 2015. International funds disbursed for malaria control increased from US$ 200 million in 2004 to US$ 1.5 billion in 2009. Since 2008, more than 289 million insecticide-treated mosquito nets have been delivered to sub-Saharan Africa, enough to protect three quarters of the 765 million people at risk of the disease. Over the last decade, 11 countries in the WHO African Region and 32 countries in other Regions have reported reductions of 50% or more in either confirmed malaria cases or malaria admissions and deaths. Malaria control is making an important contribution to attaining the health-related Millennium Development Goals"--P.  of cover.Also available: Print – 2010
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