This is a privately owned drug store in Madagascar. This type of facility is often used by to distribute anti-malaria drugs in sub-Saharan countries, making the drugs accessible but sometimes given to people who don’t need it. Andrew Tatem, an associate professor of geography at UF’s Emerging Pathogens Institute, helped to track this pattern.
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