None | 12 Jan 2010 | BBC News
A UN programme to combat child deaths from disease in West Africa has failed, a Johns Hopkins University study says. Unicef spent $27m (£17m) rolling out vaccinations, vitamin A pills and
bed nets to protect against malaria from 2001 to 2005 in areas of 11
countries. The researchers studied parts of Ghana, Mali and Benin and said children often survived better outside the UN scheme.
Nigel Fisher | 30 Nov 2006 | Globe and Mail
Unicef strongly believes that cost should not be a barrier to making insecticide-treated bed nets available to those most vulnerable to malaria.
Victor Chinyama | 03 Nov 2006 | UN Children's Fund
Two members of the British Parliament recently visited Malawi and Ethiopia to witness the countries' malaria control efforts.