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World Mosquito Day 2023 - Theme, Importance, & Slogans (08/18/2023)

World Mosquito Day, also known as International Mosquito Day, is celebrated o­n August 20 every year. World Mosquito Day is celebrated to spread awareness about the diseases caused by mosquitoes, especially the female Anopheles mosquito. Mosquitoes create a lot of problems as they breed in stagnant water.


'You get goosebumps from the data': hopes rise for new malaria vaccine (07/30/2022)

The disease is a leading killer of under fives across Africa. But trials for a new vaccine suggest an end to the death toll could be in sight.


Malaria in 2022: Increasing challenges, cautious optimism (06/30/2022)

Malaria cases and deaths remain unacceptably high and are resurgent in several settings, though recent developments inspire optimism. This includes the approval of the world's first malaria vaccine and results from novel vaccine candidates and trials testing innovative combinatorial interventions.


Ivermectin administration to livestock has greatest impact in West Africa (05/27/2019)

An analysis led by ISGlobal, an institution supported by "la Caixa," identifies African regions where ivermectin administration to livestock would have the greatest impact o­n malaria transmission. The results, published, inScientific Reports, point to West Africa, below the Sahel, where malaria prevalence is very high.


To Halt Malaria, More Research Focused on Human Behavior Needed (02/14/2019)

Wherever possible, researchers should not just focus o­n mosquito behavior when working to eliminate malaria, but must also consider how humans behave at night when the risk of being bitten by an infected mosquito is highest, new findings from the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs suggest.


 
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