Roles and challenges of construction firms and public health entomologists in ending indoor malaria transmission in African setting

@inproceedings{Kweka2016RolesAC,
  title={Roles and challenges of construction firms and public health entomologists in ending indoor malaria transmission in African setting},
  author={Eliningaya J Kweka},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2016}
}
Indoor malaria transmission reduction across sub-Saharan Africa has been attained through implementation of long-lasting insecticidal nets and indoor residual spray interventions with small-scale larval source management. Improvement of house structures in sub-Saharan Africa can lead to zero indoor malaria transmission with evidence from West Africa, East Africa and Middle East countries. Residual malaria transmission cannot be targeted well with LLINs and IRS alone, but with incorporation of… CONTINUE READING
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