In the U.S. and England, where malaria has been eradicated, we attacked malaria’s way of life—the way it was breeding and spreading—and built it out. So today, what if we attacked malaria’s way of life according to the priorities of people affected? Sonia Shah frames the epidemic, in its historical context, and suggests how our efforts can succeed. The United Methodist Church is working with agencies across the globe—like the U.N. and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation—to develop and implement the most effective solutions.
WORKING TO END THE STING OF MALARIA IN AFRICA.