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Bismark Owusu, a worker of Anglogold Ashanti Malaria Ltd, covers furniture before spraying the walls of a house with insecticide against mosquitos in Adansi Domeabra, Ghana, in May 2018.  Insecticide resistance has become a huge problem, threatening an uptick in malaria cases in both rural and urban areas.

Is the threat of malaria increasing?

Climate change, insecticide resistance, upticks in urban mosquitoes: Could malaria be getting worse? Our expert explains why investing in innovations that stop malaria is more important than ever.
By Laura Norris Senior Program Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
A nurse prepares a syringe of the injectable polio vaccine at the Philippe Maguilen Senghor Hospital in Dakar, Senegal.

Amid surging demand for syringes, a new investment supports long-term supply on the African continent

By Surabhi Rajaram Program Officer, Global Delivery Programs, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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Digital banking lets millions of people safely receive, send, and save money without the need for cash. One young woman in India explains how this is helping her community.

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Digital Banking in India Through a Postmaster’s Lens

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