What drives community adherence to indoor residual spraying (IRS) against malaria in Manhiça district, rural Mozambique: a qualitative study

@inproceedings{Munguambe2011WhatDC,
  title={What drives community adherence to indoor residual spraying (IRS) against malaria in Manhiça district, rural Mozambique: a qualitative study},
  author={Kh{\'a}tia Munguambe and Robert Pool and Catherine Montgomery and Carlos Bavo and Ariel Q Nhacolo and Lina Fiosse and Charfudin N Sacoor and Delino A Nhalungo and Samuel Jos{\'e} Alves Mabunda and Eus{\'e}bio V Macete and Pedro Luis Chas Alonso},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2011}
}
Malaria control remains a challenge in sub-Saharan Africa. In 2006, the World Health Organization (WHO) reinforced the recommendation of indoor residual spraying (IRS) with dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) to reduce malaria transmission. The National Malaria Control Programme has been reporting high coverage rates of IRS in Mozambique. It is important to establish to what extent these rates are a reflection of community acceptability, and to explore the factors associated with adherence… CONTINUE READING
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