Malaria is a life-threatening parasitic disease transmitted by mosquitoes. Globally, 90 percent of deaths due to malaria occur in sub-Saharan Africa, mostly among young children. Every 30 seconds, an African child dies of malaria. Even if a child survives an episode of severe malaria, he or she may be left with learning impairments or brain damage. Pregnant women and their unborn children are also particularly vulnerable to malaria, which is a major cause of pre-natal mortality, low birth weight and maternal anaemia. It is important to remember that mosquitoes cannot transmit HIV.

 

 

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