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Help us shape the UK Government’s policy and plans for tackling malaria in the developing world. ...

Help us shape the UK Government’s policy and plans for tackling malaria in the developing world.

Please use this presentation to find out more about the issues and to discuss your ideas with colleagues.

Find out more and have your say in our online consultation at:
http://consultation.dfid.gov.uk/malaria2010/

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