Malaria medicine is an effective remedy for the symptoms of the cold, fever and cough.
It is particularly helpful for pregnant women and the elderly, as it prevents infection.
However, in some countries where malaria is endemic, such as South Africa and Angola, malaria treatment is very expensive and not accessible to the majority of people.
So what can be done to minimise the cost of malaria treatment in Africa?
First, the key thing to remember is that most malaria treatment centres have no access to basic healthcare facilities.
This means that most of the treatment can be provided by private health insurance, or in some cases by government-sponsored healthcare facilities, such, hospitals and clinics.
This is not a problem that only affects African countries, as many countries in the region have some form of healthcare infrastructure.
The second thing to consider is the availability of affordable treatment.
Malaria treatments in African countries are often highly expensive and there are some countries, such of South Africa, that are extremely expensive for malaria treatment.
The third thing to do is to ensure that people do not take unnecessary risks by using herbal medicines and not relying on traditional medicine to treat malaria.
A number of factors contribute to this, including the lack of effective and safe vaccines and the lack and lack of quality malaria treatments available in the developed world.
In many parts of Africa, malaria is a disease of poor health, with a high incidence of poor outcomes.
As such, it is important that malaria treatment be accessible and affordable.