A new cheap malaria vaccine that can be produced on a huge scale has been hailed as a breakthrough by the World Health Organisation.
The vaccine has been developed by the University of Oxford and is said to be 75% effective against the disease.
Most deaths from malaria are of babies and infants in Africa, where it claims more than half a million lives every year.
There are already agreements in place to manufacture more than 100 million doses of the vaccine annually.
Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Fergus Walsh and Anne Soy.
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