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• Kenya has made great strides in fighting malaria with the prevalence of malaria, reducing from 11.2 % in 2010 to 6% in 2020,

• Kenya has a vision to being Malaria-free by 2030.

  • Malaria still has a significant impact on Kenyan citizens.  In 2022, Kenya still saw 3.4 million cases of malaria and 11,788 deaths and malaria accounted for 13- 15 % of all outpatient attendance in public health facilities. 
  • Malaria seriously damages the Kenyan economy through lost workdays and school absenteeism as well as costs for treatment.
  • This is a critical moment in the malaria fight with progress threatened by challenges in drug and insecticide resistance, in climate change, in the need for strong financial commitments to reach elimination, amongst other things.

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