Sustaining the gains made in malaria control and elimination

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    • Abstract:
      Significant progress has been made in the last 25 years to reduce the malaria burden, but considerable challenges remain. These gains have resulted from large investments in a range of control measures targeting malaria. Fana and co-authors find a strong relationship between education level and net usage with malaria parasitemia in pregnant women, suggesting the need for targeted control strategies. Mayala and co-workers find important links between agriculture and malaria with implications for inter-sectoral collaboration for malaria control. Keywords: Malaria control, Elimination, Resistance, Inter-sectoral
      Author(s): Randall A Kramer[sup.1] and Adriane Lesser[sup.2] Multilingual abstracts Please see Additional file 1 for translations of the abstract into the six official working languages of the United Nations. Background [...]