April 25, World Malaria Day

Every year on April 25, World Malaria Day is observed to increase public awareness of malaria and the disease’s prevention, treatment, and eventual eradication. The inaugural Malaria Day, which was derived from Africa Malaria Day, which had been recognised by the African countries since 2001, was observed in 2008. It was suggested that World Malaria Day replace Africa Malaria Day at the World Health Assembly’s 60th session in 2007.

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