Dr Allan Pamba on the ‘silent epidemic’ that drove him to leave his Kenyan village, train as a clinician and become a leading authority on global health

Like many fellow Kenyans, Allan Pamba had his first experience of malaria as a small boy in his grandparents’ village.

Growing up, he learned with horror of the disease’s heavy toll: of the global 400,000 deaths a year from malaria, the majority are children under five in sub-Saharan Africa.

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