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World Malaria Day 2017

By Nneoma Anieto

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"Malaria accounts for 60% outpatient visits& 30% hospitalizations in children under-5 in Nigeria. #EndMalariaforGood https://hdtk.co/LoiYW"

— Nneoma Anieto and
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Malaria accounts for 60% of outpatient visits and 30% of hospitalizations in children under the age of five in Nigeria. 97% of all of Nigeria's population is at risk of malaria and an estimated 300,000 deaths are recorded annually in Nigeria as a result of the disease. Nigeria accounts for a whooping 23% of all malaria cases worldwide. Development organizations have contributed a lot to ending malaria in developing countries. Christian Aid Nigeria has implemented projects to improve communities' response against malaria and ensure access to malaria treatment for children below the age of fiver who are likely to die of a preventable diseases like malaria. On the event of World Malaria Day 2017, we would like to reiterate the need for malaria to be eradicated in Nigeria particularly for groups particularly vulnerable to the disease - pregnant women and children.

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Created on 2017-04-07 04:53:07