Eradicating malaria worldwide seen as a distant goal, at best

by David Brown

In Sri Lanka, local government workers, like this man from the Colombo Municipal Council, are regularly deployed to spray insecticide in homes, gardens and along roadways islandwide. Photo: Christine Jayasinghe/IRIN

A generation after the first attempt failed, people are once more talking seriously about eradicating malaria.

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