Elevated dry-season malaria prevalence associated with fine-scale spatial patterns of environmental risk: a case–control study of children in rural Malawi

@inproceedings{Townes2013ElevatedDM,
  title={Elevated dry-season malaria prevalence associated with fine-scale spatial patterns of environmental risk: a case–control study of children in rural Malawi},
  author={Lindsay R Townes and Dyson A. Mwandama and Don P. Mathanga and Mark L. Wilson},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2013}
}
Understanding the role of local environmental risk factors for malaria in holo-endemic, poverty-stricken settings will be critical to more effectively implement- interventions aimed at eventual elimination. Household-level environmental drivers of malaria risk during the dry season were investigated in rural southern Malawi among children < five years old in two neighbouring rural Traditional Authority (TA) regions dominated by small-scale agriculture. Ten villages were randomly selected from… CONTINUE READING
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