Edited by Vas Dev, M.Sc. (Hons.), Ph.D (Notre Dame), FNASc
The National Academy of Sciences, India 2020
This book was commissioned by the National Academy of Sciences, India to spread the current knowledge of the mosquito vectors of human malaria and control options in different geo-epidemiological risk-zones of India. Given the clarion call for malaria elimination by 2027, understanding vector bionomics in the changing ecological context is of paramount importance to formulate species-specific intervention strategies to disrupt transmission of malaria. India is fast accelerating towards the ambitious goal of malaria elimination presenting a window of opportunity for scaling up interventions and developing stronger health systems for universal coverage. This book is of immediate relevance to programme/policy managers and researchers alike, reinforcing continued research on innovative technologies for sustainable control helping end transmission for good in the foreseeable future towards envious goal of a malaria-free world.
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