A review of new challenges and prospects for malaria elimination in Mutare and Mutasa Districts, Zimbabwe

@inproceedings{Sande2016ARO,
  title={A review of new challenges and prospects for malaria elimination in Mutare and Mutasa Districts, Zimbabwe},
  author={Shadreck Sande and Moses Zimba and Peter Chinwada and Hieronymo Takundwa Masendu and Joseph Mberikunshe and Aramu Makuwaza},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2016}
}
This review outlines and discusses the new challenges in malaria control and prospects for its elimination in Mutare and Mutasa Districts, Zimbabwe. The burden of malaria has declined significantly over the past 5 years in most regions in Zimbabwe, including Mutare and Mutasa Districts. The nationwide malaria reduction has been primarily linked to scaled-up vector control interventions and early diagnosis and treatment with effective anti-malarial medicines. The successes recorded have prompted… CONTINUE READING
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