Gambia: PS Ceesay Says Malaria Control Requires Joint Partnership

[Daily Observer] Dawda Ceesay, the permanent secretary at the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare has stated that Malaria control requires joint partnership, as the task for Malaria control is colossal but it has to be tackled head on by the Gambian population.
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