India aims to eliminate malaria by 2030: Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya


New Delhi, 25 April (Hindustan). On World Malaria Day, Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya said that India has taken giant steps towards its goal of eliminating malaria by 2030 with the help of various government strategic interventions and innovative solutions. Calling upon the people, he said that on this day everyone should take a pledge to strengthen their fight for malaria free India.

It is noteworthy that World Malaria Day is celebrated on 25 April to raise awareness about the global effort to control and eliminate malaria. It started from Africa. The 60th session of the World Health Assembly was held in the year 2007, in which the World Health Organization proposed that Malaria Day celebrated in Africa be changed to World Health Malaria Day. World Malaria Day is celebrated on 25 April since 2008.


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