"It's better to try to prevent a potentially fatal illness than it is to wait until the child gets the illness and is at increased risk for dying," Mofenson said. Older children are considered to be less at risk from malaria because they tend to develop natural immunity against the disease as they get older.
"Africa is no longer a sleeping giant but is awake and open for business." These words from a rising South African leader at last week's Young African Leaders Summit could not be more accurate: Africa might well be the biggest market opportunity in the global economy today, and U.S. companies cannot afford to miss out.
The aim is to approach in a philosophical, economic and institutional way, the human factor and its development into economic recession environments.