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  1. 1997-01-01 The first comprehensive, illustrated guide to vector control methods suitable for use by individuals and communities. Published at a time when large-scale control programs organized by governments are declining, the manual aims to help non-professionals understand the role of vectors in specific...
  2. This book covers the major and minor problems parents are likely to meet, not only in the physical care of their children but also in their upbringing, and will help to make the period overseas a memorable and troublefree experience for the family.
  3. This publication discussed the current status, priority areas for research and development and recommended regimens.
  4. Abstract, ICPE, 2021 The International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology(icipe) has generated new evidence of the immense threat posed by a highly destructive invasive plant, known scientifically asParthenium hysterophorus,towards probable escalation of malaria incidents in East Africa. In...
  5. In collaboration with the Global Youth Groove Band (GYGB), SAWBO is proud to present the Malaria Prevention Song. This song was written and recorded in Kenya by GYGB, and contains a mix of English and Swahili lyrics. The song is based off of SAWBO's Malaria Prevention animation. It is currently...
  6. 2002-01-01 ECHO does NOT recommend that anyone stop taking their antimalarial medicine in order to try this treatment. The only evidence for the effectiveness of papaya leaf tea in the prevention of malaria is anecdotal. No studies have been done to scientifically demonstrate its effectiveness. Does papaya...
  7. 2005-07-01 Anamed is a group of scientists and health workers from many parts of the world who share a commitment to improving the mental, spiritual, physical and economic health of individuals and communities. The anamed malaria programme aims to enable communities and hospitals in the tropics to develop...
  8. 2003-01-01 This booklet includes the first results of the study for the Uda Walawe region in southern Sri Lanka. Data on aggregate malaria-incidence rates, land- and water-use patterns, socioeconomic features and malaria-control interventions were collected and put into a geographical information system. 54...
  9. 2001-01-01 This research investigated mosquito breeding in nine small irrigation reservoirs during 1995-97. It was found that these tanks contributed to the malaria risk in Sri Lanka. 28 pages, illustrated Research Report 57
  10. 2005-05-01 This research paper found that papaya leaf extracts do appear to exhibit some degree of anti-malarial activity by inhibiting in vitro Plasmodium falciparum growth. 32 pages, tables