Nigeria to gain $34 billion economic boost by 2030 if WHO malaria goals are met

Nigeria is poised to gain a $34 billion economic boost, amounting to nearly a quarter of the $142.7 billion cumulative output benefit expected globally by 2030, provided the World Health Organization (WHO) achieves its malaria reduction goals, according to a study by Oxford Economics Africa.

The study highlights that Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) could increase by a total of $34 billion if the WHO targets are met, which aim to reduce both the incidence of malaria and mortality from the disease by 90% within the next six years.

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