qWHO's concern is that, despite national and global efforts to control malaria, the disease burden remains high, especially in tropical Africa. The situation is further compounded in emergency situations. It is therefore necessary to review the current vector control strategies and their effectiveness in various operational and eco-epidemiological settings and to identify the challenges for implementation in different health systems. These would serve as a basis for the development of a strategic framework for strengthening malaria vector control implementation. The Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Initiative was launched by the WHO Director-General in 1998 as a Cabinet Project to coordinate global actions against malaria. The RBM goal is to reduce the global malaria burden by half by 2010 as compared to 2000q--Publisher's statement.Settlers are moved in when agricultural/irrigation/administrative infrastructure are complete. ... With few personal economic resources or community organization or supporting health infrastructure to combat the disease, malaria affects suchanbsp;...
|Title||:||Malaria Vector Control and Personal Protection|
|Author||:||WHO Study Group on Malaria Vector Control and Personal Protection, World Health Organization|
|Publisher||:||World Health Organization - 2006-01-01|