Village-, District-Level Data On Climate, Travel Habits To Inform Tanzania’s Malaria Prevention Plan

SciDev.Net: Local data underpins Tanzania’s next malaria plan
“…[Tanzania’s health] ministry is preparing to sign a strategic plan that will focus more on data collection at village and district level to intensify the national fight against malaria. This revision is needed because changing temperatures and growing travel habits among Tanzania’s people are spreading malaria-bearing mosquitoes, say policymakers…” (Ngereza, 9/8).

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