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Fiddling Piano Keys While Africa Burns
Malaria is the single largest killer of children in Africa — and accounts for over a million global fatalities every year. In 1998, the WHO, the World Bank, the USAID, and UNICEF launched Roll Back Malaria, a program whose noble goal was to cut malaria deaths in half by 2010. So far, malaria fatalities have risen by 12%. What happened?
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