Gatonye Gathura | 15 Dec 2006 | The Nation (Nairobi)
Americans rank malaria among the least serious diseases worldwide.
Celia Dugger | 15 Dec 2006 | New York Times
Malaria, a deadly tropical disease long overshadowed by AIDS, shared the stage with the president and the first lady on Thursday when the Bushes were the hosts of a forum at the National Geographic Society to raise the profile of this neglected scourge.
Staff Writers | 14 Dec 2006 | Associated Press
President George W. Bush on Thursday added eight countries to a U.S. initiative aimed at combating malaria in Africa and reducing the disease's mortality rate by 50 percent in the targeted nations.
Andrew Jack | 14 Dec 2006 | Financial Times
The world's leading malaria specialists gather in Washington on Thursday against the backdrop of an uncomfortable truth: their continued failure to tackle one of the most lethal diseases.
Editorial | 14 Dec 2006 | Los Angeles Times
The LA Times considers how budget changes in the new Congress might affect the President's Malaria Initiative.
Charles Thomas | 14 Dec 2006 | ABC News
Senator Barack Obama voices support for President Bush's malaria control initiative.
John Donnelly | 13 Dec 2006 | Boston Globe
Laura Bush plans to host the first White House Summit on Malaria with President Bush this week.
Staff Writers | 07 Dec 2006 | Economist
An American-led drive against one of the world's most dreadful diseases could learn from past mistakes.
Cheryl Pellerin | 13 Nov 2006 | USINFO.STATE.GOV
Representatives from nongovernmental, faith-based, service organizations to attend.
None | 19 Oct 2006 | Times of Zambia
The US government through its Agency for International Development (USAID) yesterday donated insecticides worth K3.2 billion to Zambia for malaria control.