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WASHINGTON D.C. – How do you treat malaria on Capitol Hill? Apply pressure.

More than 50 Imagine No Malaria advocates were in the U.S. capital this week to ask members of Congress to help them save lives.

The event, hosted by the United Methodist Board of Church and Society, is part of the denomination’s Imagine No Malaria advocacy outreach.

With federal budget cuts looming, U.S. funding for malaria programs in Africa is at stake, said the advocates. They are urging government leaders to protect existing levels of funding to fight a disease that affects millions of people each year.

Read more at umc.org

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