Fulbright, Malaria, Burkina Faso, Public Health
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Despite all efforts to control malaria, the disease remains a burden in Africa, especially in Burkina Faso. In other ongoing field studies conducted in Kenya, researchers have identified ways to improve malaria vector control strategies useful for accelerating the elimination of the disease. These studies often review two methods of fighting malaria: indoor residual spraying (IRS) using organophosphates, and genetically modified bacteria for larval source management.
Institute of International Education / Fulbright – English for Graduate Studies Program
Traore, Sabere Ansele, "Vector Control Strategies: a push for malaria elimination by 2030" (2019). English Language Institute. 3.
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