Inland valley rice production systems and malaria infection and disease in the forest region of western Côte d’Ivoire

@inproceedings{Henry2013InlandVR,
  title={Inland valley rice production systems and malaria infection and disease in the forest region of western C{\^o}te d’Ivoire},
  author={M J Henry and Christophe Rogier and Jo{\"e}l Dossou-Yovo and Martine Audibert and Jacky Mathonnat and Thomas M Teuscher and Pierre Carnevale},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2013}
}
This study aimed to determine the epidemiological impact of rice cultivation in inland valleys on malaria in the forest region of western Côte d’Ivoire. The importance of malaria was compared in terms of prevalence and parasite density of infections and also in terms of clinical malaria incidence between three agro-ecosystems: (i) uncultivated inland valleys, (R0), (ii) inland valleys with one annual rice cultivation in the rainy season, (R1) and (iii) developed inland valleys with two annual… CONTINUE READING
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