The World Health Organization (WHO) affirms that Malaria cannot be eradicated shortly. The vaccines developed for eradicating the disease are only 40% effective.
The three-year review undermined by the World Health Organization (WHO) suggests that the future of Malaria cannot be checked with vaccines. But, on the other hand, WHO is still committed to eradicate or make the disappearance possible of every single parasite from the face of the planet. The motto has been rock solid since its inception in 1948 as ascertained by Dr. Pedro Alonso the repute to every global malaria program achieved is because of this personality. The health officials and experts warn that the review will concentrate more on not repeating the past disasters that have taken lives of so many people. Many successful agendas of WHO regarding the eradication of Malaria are ongoing. The biggest malaria eradication program that long-lived from the year 1955 to 1969 several rid countries of the disease. The most affected area of sub-Saharan Africa did not undergo the eradication program, which was much needed.
As no successful eradication procedure followed, the sense of defeat was overlapped with the comeback of malaria where several millions of deaths followed. It took more than ten years and so many years altogether to stand on the pillars of abandoning malaria. In 2007, the Bill and Melinda Gates supplied millions of insecticide-impregnated bed nets, vaccine and new drugs to get healed from the repugnant attacks of malaria. The department, especially WHO has undertaken the challenge to meet the efforts by reducing the malaria scale to 90% by 2030. The entire program needs strong political leadership to ensure healthcare in affected countries. Efficient data on better tools to control mosquitoes and treat people in malaria regions are the basic needs of the hour.