Malaria is fighting against falling to the ground in a report of the World Health Organization. Due to the increase in cases caused by the affected countries, the allocated resources are not enough.
After a lack of illness and some illness cases, malaria continues to be a threat to millions of people around the world. The dangers of the report on pathology of the World Health Organization (WHO). Posted on Monday, November 19th. In total, 219 million cases were registered in 2017. The previous year it was 217 million.
"No one will die of malaria. But the world is facing a new reality: with the stopping of progress, it is recommended to break down the years of work"Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the managing director of the organization, said in the report. In previous years, the number of cases fell by 2015, 239 million and 214 million in 2015. But now the fight against the epidemic "Neutral"WHO has denounced it.
Malaria is an infectious disease caused by parasites and transmitted to mosquitoes by mosquitoes. If treatments are cured, no one has access. Every year, approximately 435,000 deaths are responsible, of which 262,000 are under 5. The malaria rate began at the beginning of the 2000s with the use of insecticide treated mosquitoes, new drugs and wasted money, says OME. But since 2013, it's pretty much the same.
In 2017, about 70% of malaria were in 10 African countries and India. In the end, while in 2017 the disease-related diminished morbidity, African countries have had 3.5 million more than in the previous year. WHO indicates void coverage. Although it increases the distribution and use of mosquito impregnated networks, half of the people at risk do not sleep.
"A strong impact, a big burden"
The image is not black, because the organization describes some progress. In China and El Salvador, when malaria was long since endemic, local transmissions were not reported in 2017. Paraguay has been the first American country in Mexico for 45 years. "The risk to people who can successfully tackle intense self-determination efforts"WHO has finished.
Thanks to these goals, he aims to create a new strategy of action, "a strong cover, to be a big burden". It will work in the first ten African countries in the organization. The goal is to be a "facilitator", coordinating government, NGOs and health agents.
But that is why we need resources. Nonetheless, the global contribution to malaria, as well as the disease or tuberculosis, has not changed since 2008. Currently, 2.5 million euros are spent annually. This value must be doubled at least at least 40% by 2020 to at least 40% at least to reduce the level of malaria and death in the United Nations.