African researchers committed to ending malaria

African Media Agency,  2024.

Despite the challenges posed by the persistent threat of malaria globally, Target Malaria is resolutely committed to exploring scientific innovation to combat this deadly disease, highlighting the invaluable contributions of African women in science to eradicate malaria in Africa.

The need to encourage more young African girls to pursue careers in science cannot be overemphasized. A UNESCO report reveals that only 35% of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) students in higher education globally are women.


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