No 'plan C' drugs available, malaria progress threatened

The only way to beat drug-resistant malaria is to eradicate malaria completely. But how can the global health community achieve that when its most effective anti-malarial drugs are under threat? Charles Nelson, chief executive of the Malaria Consortium, shares his insights in this exclusive interview.

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  • Eva Donelli

    As a correspondent based in Brussels, Eva Donelli covers EU development policy issues and actors, from the EU institutions to the international NGO community. Eva was previously at the United Nations Regional Information Center for Western Europe and in the European Parliament's press office. As a freelance reporter, she has contributed to Italian and international magazines covering a wide range of issues, including EU affairs, development policy, social protection and nuclear energy. She speaks fluent English, French and Spanish in addition to her native Italian.