What Is World Malaria Day
World Malaria Day is celebrated on 25 April each year . On this day WHO along with 106 countries rise a big step towards the cure and prevention of malaria disease. This disease is common in Asian African region. About 3.3 billon people of 106 countries were affected by this disease . In 2021 a total number of 627000 deaths cases come infront of world’s eye. This disease mostly affected children upto 5 years .
What Is Malaria
Malaria is a curable disease but at first it was considered as pandemic. Malaria is cause by an infected Anopheles female mosquito 🦟. Malaria is caused by a parasit named Plasmodium which reproduced in tropical and sup tropical regions. Therefore it is more in Asia and Africa continents . In year 2016, 216millon people were badly affected by malaria.
How Malaria Spread
It spread due to bit of female Anopheles mosquito . This mosquito transfer a parasit named Plasmodium into body and this parasit goes to the liver there it reproduced themselves and multiply in number then the start affecting red blood cell by destroying. This symptoms can be seen within 48-72 hours after multiplication.
- Vomiting tendency
- Abdominal pain
- Muscular body pain
Nearly 5.6 million children under the age of 5 die each year from preventable and treatable causes such as malaria. Baby Rose* was almost one of those children. Through global health programs, Save the Children continues to be at the forefront of global efforts to end preventable child deaths. In Uganda, a Save the Children mobile health clinic moves from place to place around the vast Imvepi refugee settlement to bring vital health care to the most vulnerable in the South Sudanese refugee community, including baby Rose.