Malaria in Kenya: Traditional medicine meets science


Malaria remains one of the most deadly diseases in the world.

It kills more than one million people every year - most of them in Africa.

In Kenya scientists are at the forefront in searching for cheaper, locally available solutions.

Anne Waithera reports from the Rift Valley in Kenya.

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