A cost-effective, community-based, mosquito-trapping scheme that captures spatial and temporal heterogeneities of malaria transmission in rural Zambia

@inproceedings{Sikaala2014ACC,
  title={A cost-effective, community-based, mosquito-trapping scheme that captures spatial and temporal heterogeneities of malaria transmission in rural Zambia},
  author={Chadwick Haadezu Sikaala and Dingani Chinula and Javan Chanda and Busiku Hamainza and Mulenga Mwenda and Isabel Mukali and Mulakwa Kamuliwo and Neil F. Lobo and Aklilu Seyoum and Gerry F Killeen},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2014}
}
Monitoring mosquito population dynamics is essential to guide selection and evaluation of malaria vector control interventions but is typically implemented by mobile, centrally-managed teams who can only visit a limited number of locations frequently enough to capture longitudinal trends. Community-based (CB) mosquito trapping schemes for parallel, continuous monitoring of multiple locations are therefore required that are practical, affordable, effective, and reliable. A CB surveillance scheme… CONTINUE READING
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