Monitoring, characterization and control of chronic, symptomatic malaria infections in rural Zambia through monthly household visits by paid community health workers

@inproceedings{Hamainza2014MonitoringCA,
  title={Monitoring, characterization and control of chronic, symptomatic malaria infections in rural Zambia through monthly household visits by paid community health workers},
  author={Busiku Hamainza and Hawela B. Moonga and Chadwick Haadezu Sikaala and Mulakwa Kamuliwo and Adam Bennett and Thomas P. Eisele and J. Mitchell Miller and Aklilu Seyoum and Gerry F Killeen},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2014}
}
Active, population-wide mass screening and treatment (MSAT) for chronic Plasmodium falciparum carriage to eliminate infectious reservoirs of malaria transmission have proven difficult to apply on large national scales through trained clinicians from central health authorities. Fourteen population clusters of approximately 1,000 residents centred around health facilities (HF) in two rural Zambian districts were each provided with three modestly remunerated community health workers (CHWs… CONTINUE READING
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