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Archive - Dec 22, 2006

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Submitted by Jeffrey Sachs on December 22, 2006 - 12:39am.
Getting Practical in Controlling Malaria

"Many international assistance programs fail because they are badly designed and/or too complicated. The result is that the poor don’t get the help they need, and taxpayers in rich countries lose confidence in the use of their aid funds. A case in point has been malaria control. If rich countries adopt simpler and more practical strategies to help Africa fight malaria, they can save millions of Africans while building enthusiastic support among their citizens.": Jeffrey Sachs

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