Malaria kills nearly a million people in Africa every year. For over 15 years it is known that sleeping under a net can be treated with an insecticide can greatly reduce the chances of dying at a young African child. When African leaders met in 2000, said the Abuja Declaration to protect to protect 60 percent of their vulnerable populations with insecticide-treated nets. Now a study published online in the Lancet today highlights since since this historic declaration.
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