World Malaria Day Logo 2011World Malaria Day 2011 is a time for examining the progress made towards malaria control and elimination and to renew efforts towards achieving the target of zero malaria deaths by 2015 as one of the key Millennium Development Goals.

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World Malaria Day takes place on 25 April, 2011. The Hunger Project is playing its part in eliminating malaria in the developing world (from which nearly 800,000 people die annually). Wherever we work, our health programmes target malaria eradication and education. Across our epicentres we have already distributed more than 24,000 bednets.

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