Cameroon: 12 African countries advocate a common front against malaria Cameroon: 12 African countries advocate a common front against malaria

Cameroon: 12 African countries advocate a common front against malaria

Cameroon: 12 African countries advocate a common front against malaria

The Ministers of Health of the 12 African countries most affected by Malaria have been in conclave in YaoundΓ© since March 6, 2024.

While the disease is struggling to be combated despite the battery of measures that have been put in place and which have proven to be unproductive, ineffective and unsuitable for the continent, we must now form a united front according to the Malian Minister of Health and Social Development. .

“We urge civil society, the private sector and the entire community to invest in greater mobilization of funds to really deal with this disease. With social protection mechanisms also like RAMED, mutual health insurance and AMO [Editor's note: Compulsory health insurance in Mali], we want all Malian populations to benefit from this malaria treatment." Recommends, Colonel Assa Badiallo, Malian Minister of Health and Social Development.

Among the new recommendations, we must now act together to fight the disease, we must communicate, strengthen political will and increase resources to fight the disease, improve national health systems, research and innovation.

It should be noted that despite the vaccination campaign which was launched a few weeks ago, the disease continues to claim 600,000 lives each year on the continent.

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