What We're Reading: 'Solar sisters' spreading light in Africa

From ONE Mon Dec 17 2012, 10:56:27

AP: Malaria progress falters - Critics say that the World Health Organization's goal of eliminating malaria deaths by 2015 is unrealistic, as the fight against malaria has slowed "amid a dramatic drop in efforts to reverse the epidemic." While the malaria death rate has fallen by a quarter since 2000, officials warn that further improvements [...]

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