China's successful elimination of malaria, and its global impact

Wendy Wei (right, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation) discusses China's "1-3-7" approach with scientists and public health experts, in an effort to apply the approach in Tanzania.
Wendy Wei (right, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation) discusses China’s “1-3-7” approach with scientists and public health experts, in an effort to apply the approach in Tanzania. ©Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/Jing Zhang

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