Tanguiéta, Bénin, 2007 - Child with malaria hospitalized at Saint Jean de Dieux Hospital
In Sub-Saharan Africa Malaria is the most common cause of infant mortality for children being less than five years old. Each year, it causes disease in approximately 515 million people and kills between one and three million people, the majority of whom live in Africa. There are countries, such as Malawi, were malaria kills more than aids.  (image by Andrea Grilli)
Tanguiéta, Bénin, 2007 - Child with malaria hospitalized at Saint Jean de Dieux Hospital In Sub-Saharan Africa Malaria is the most common cause of infant mortality for children being less than five years old. Each year, it causes disease in approximately 515 million people and kills between one and three million people, the majority of whom live in Africa. There are countries, such as Malawi, were malaria kills more than aids.
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