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Impact of Long-Lasting Insecticidal-Treated Nets and Artemisinin-based Combination Therapies Measured Using Surveillance Data, in Four African Countries
Barry Leonard (ed)
The Global Fund and the World Health Org. (WHO) evaluated the impact of recent investments in malaria control by conducting field evaluations in Zambia, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Rwanda in Nov.-Dec. 2007. The main interventions were nationwide dist. of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) and artemisinin-combination therapy (ACTs) medicines. Clinical data was reviewed at rural hospitals and health centers geographically distributed in each of 4 countries. There was strong evidence that the combination of LLINs delivered during mass dist. to all children under 5 years or all households and nationwide dist. of ACTs in the public sector was assoc. with widespread decline of over 50% in in-patient malaria and deaths in Rwanda and Ethiopia. Tables and graphs.
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