Malaria and HIV are among the principal causes of morbidity and mortality in resource-limited settings including sub-Saharan Africa. Despite the international communityâs efforts to reduce the incidence and prevalence of these diseases, they remain serious health problems in tropical and sub-tropical regions throughout the world. The interactions of malaria parasites and HIV are serious health challengesas it causes complications including severity of clinical signs and other symptoms. Presentation of malaria in HIV-infected people is severe than non-infected individuals. There are high rates of maternal morbidity including fever, severe anaemia, abortion, still birth, and placental malaria among these women.
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