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Religionandglobaldevelopment

Malaria

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Malaria devastates poor communities around the world, particularly in Africa. A treatable disease, it nonetheless threatens the lives of nearly half of the world’s population. In situations where treatment is accessible, it exacerbates poverty through its impact on daily life and productivity. Governments and global institutions are increasingly working with faith-inspired organizations to combat malaria and its effects. These resources offer examples of organizations, programs, and publications related to this work. The resources are part of an ongoing initiative focused on religion and global development sponsored by the Luce Foundation.


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