Malaria eradication work underfunded and could stall, says WHO

At the moment, the WHO has less than half the funding it needs on an annual basis.

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    The battle against malaria appears to have stalled.

    The World Health Organization says the number of cases around the world is still rising.

    It says it needs more money if it's to bring the disease under control.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.


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