Adams Zakari tenderly cradles his baby son King, who is upset at being removed from a cooling morning bath.

Outside the heat has already reached a humid 30C as children in pristine school uniforms run towards an ageing yellow minibus.

Their haste startles a few neighbourhood chickens but Adams and wife Mariama just laugh at the mayhem on the streets of Obuasi.

Several years ago, malaria was rife in this part of central Ghana and children were dying.

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How a gold mine led an unlikely fight against malaria

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