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“Unless we eliminate poverty, eradication is a dream” while we have poverty in the world, we cannot eradicate malaria. It would be impossible to make this true. Malaria is a health problem in manytropical and subtropical countries, including portions of Central and South America, and Africa, in those parts of the world, there’s a lot of poverty, according to the United Nations. To keep fromgetting malaria, you should do whatever you can to avoid mosquitos bites, but in poor countries, it´s impossible to prevent mosquito bites, because they need repellent, nets, and special poisons to keepthe mosquitos away, it may seem cheap for us, but for them it´s really expensive and will have to make sacrifice. These things are to prevent malaria, and would only eradicate 90% of it, and if in theworld, it´s already difficult to prevent malaria, how are we going to be able to eradicate it?
In the world, there are so many other infectious diseases that are equally or more important anddeadly as Malaria, for example AIDS, tuberculosis, Pneumonia, Measles, and Diarrhea.. Acute respiratory infections (ARIs) are responsible for many deaths. Pneumonia, the deadliest ARI, kills more childrenthan any other infectious disease. Pneumonia often affects children with low birth weight or those whose immune systems are weakened by malnutrition or other diseases. Without treatment, pneumoniakills quickly. Measles is the most contagious disease known to man. It is a major childhood killer in developing countries - accounting for about 900 000 deaths a year. The measles virus may ultimatelybe responsible for more child deaths than any other single microbe - due to complications from pneumonia, diarrhoea and malnutrition. Diarrhoeal diseases claim nearly two million lives a year amongchildren under five. They are widespread in developing countries. Children die simply because their bodies are weakened often through rapid loss of fluids and undernourished through lack of food....
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