Malaria is a deadly disease caused by parasites transmitted by humans through the bites of the mosquitoes of anopheles mosquitoes, which threaten about half of the world\u2019s population. Has often caused many patients to die because of the lack of effective vaccines.\r\nAccording to the World Health Organization, malaria cases reached 212 million and 429,000 deaths in 2015. Between 2010 and 2015, the rate of malaria among the at-risk population decreased by 21% globally; during the same period, Malaria deaths among the population at risk are 29%. An estimated 6.8 million deaths from malaria have been avoided worldwide since 2001. Sub-Saharan Africa continues to account for a disproportionately large share of the global burden of malaria.\r\nGhana, Kenya and Malawi have developed the first medical vaccine against malaria in the world, which will significantly reduce the number of deaths on the continent. These countries will soon start producing the new vaccine, and will be the first to test the vaccine. The news also sent hope in the hearts of many African peoples who have suffered continuously from this disease. Where more than 200 million people were affected in 2017, most of them in Africa. Making it the most prevalent disease on the continent.