A child dies every two minutes in the world, and a disease that has caused a disease in the past two million people in 2016 has been worsening. Health (WHO).
"WHO Director General Tedros Adhamnom Gerbroysesus, who asks for more methods of preventing the disease, says that every two minutes that can not be prevented by a child will die and be cured."
There are 219 million infections in 2017, the report says. Two million more than last year. International agencies say 90 per cent of Africa's cases are not easy for children The door.
Between 2010 and 2015, WHO has made major progress in the fight against the disease, these cases have risen in African countries like Nigeria, Mozambique and Congo since 2016.
"This is a big warning: we need to change one direction," Tedros said.
70 per cent of cases were reported in Nigeria, Congo, Mozambique, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Mali, Niger, Uganda, Tanzania and India. .
Malaria spreads by the bite of Anafese mosquito, especially at night, fever, anemia, and neurological problems
Despite malaria in high-risk areas in Africa, more than half of the population has been affected by the fat-nets in 2017.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said last year that the disease was around $ 3.1 billion worldwide to control the disease. After 2020 it will generate $ 6.6 billion annually. From 100 hundred to 2030
"Malaria can be overcome when the affected countries and the international community intensify their efforts, to win the fight against the old disease of this century and to return to our common goal: a world without malaria," Tadros said.
The disease is not just a vaccine, but it is only a shortcoming drugs that usually take people who risk traveling and are not given comprehensive care.