The malaria vaccine is a sub unit protein vaccine which are related to but different from the mRNA vaccines. They way the body interacts with them is a much better understood subject. The new vaccines only give partial protection but given just how nasty malaria is the risk/benefit equation for the new vaccine is a huge plus.
So just like the yellow fever and related tropical disease vaccines. Often have nasty initial side effects but given the alternative of actually catching these diseases I’d have no hesitation about rolling up my sleeve for one of those jabs if needed. I’d put it in the same category as the smallpox vaccine. Which I just missed out on as a kid. Would take if offered.