Climate Change May Affect Malaria Control, Elimination Strategies

Tropical Health Matters: Climate Changes Many Things Including Malaria
Bill Brieger, professor in the Department of International Health at Johns Hopkins University, discusses the WHO’s framework for malaria elimination and examines how climate change could affect malaria control and elimination strategies. Brieger writes, “Countries not only need to adapt malaria activities to existing [diverse settings], but also be alert to changes in transmission and thus changes needed in strategies” (1/31).

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