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  The National Malaria Day was commemorated on July 29 in Adi Guaedad Gala Nesfhi subzone at the Central Region level under the slogan Integrated Effort for the Eradication of Malaria Noting that National Malaria Day is celebrated every year from July 25 to 30 Mr Kibreab Tesfamicael head of Malaria Control in the Central Region branch of the Ministry of Health said that with the efforts of carry out the strategic plan of the Ministry of Health to eradicate malaria in the country from 2016 to 2030 the prevalence of malaria has been reduced from 2018 to 2021 from 0 4 to 0 05 in the Central Region Mr Kibreab went on to say that from 2018 to 2021 more than 14 000 impregnated mosquito nets have been distributed to the public and from 2017 to 2020 more than 60 000 impregnated mosquito nets have been distributed to residents in areas suspected of breeding malaria mosquitoes For his part Mr Amanuel Seyum head of the Social Service of the subzone called on the residents to carry out sustainable environmental sanitation activities with a view to controlling the prevalence of diseases
Eritrea: National Malaria Day celebration

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National Malaria Da

The National Malaria Day was commemorated on July 29 in Adi-Guaedad, Gala-Nesfhi subzone, at the Central Region level under the slogan “Integrated Effort for the Eradication of Malaria”.

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Noting that National Malaria Day is celebrated every year from July 25 to 30, Mr. Kibreab Tesfamicael, head of Malaria Control in the Central Region branch of the Ministry of Health, said that with the efforts of carry out the strategic plan of the Ministry of Health to eradicate malaria in the country from 2016 to 2030, the prevalence of malaria has been reduced from 2018 to 2021 from 0.4% to 0.05% in the Central Region.

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Mr. Kibreab went on to say that from 2018 to 2021, more than 14,000 impregnated mosquito nets have been distributed to the public and from 2017 to 2020, more than 60,000 impregnated mosquito nets have been distributed to residents in areas suspected of breeding malaria mosquitoes.

For his part, Mr. Amanuel Seyum, head of the Social Service of the subzone, called on the residents to carry out sustainable environmental sanitation activities with a view to controlling the prevalence of diseases.

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