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Topic - Kathy Bushkin Calvin
The White House — along with many public and private partners — is stepping up efforts in the war against malaria, calling it "a genocide" on Africans.
"You put this all together, and you've got some real momentum," she said.
She said the changes are a result in part of technological advances that have led to more effective indoor sprays, longer-lasting and less-costly bed nets and effective drugs.