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The University of Malaya hosted the "Current Tools to Combat Malaria - with Special Focus on Plasmodium knowlesi" workshop on March 4 - 8, 2019, which had 20 participants from eight different countries. Dr Lucas Low Van Lun covered this intensive week of lectures and practical sessions and reported the daily lessons learnt in a series of reports posted in the Resource Hub.
The Guidelines for malaria vector control provide a “one-stop shop” for all countries and partners working to implement effective malaria vector control measures. They cover the 2 core malaria vector control interventions – ITNs and IRS – as well as supplementary interventions, namely chemical and biological larvicides, and personal protection measures, such as the use of topical repellents.
This report has been prepared to provide a comprehensive account of the history of malaria and its control in the Islamic Republic of Iran for specialists and lay readers alike. It is based on published and unpublished reports, especially from the Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Tehran, and from the World Health Organization. The main findings are summarized below.
Attention is drawn to the following three publications that are relevant to the preparation of manuscripts on malaria:
Markus, M.B. 2019. Plasmodium – Yet More Don’ts. Trends in Parasitology 35 (2): 101–102.
McFadden, G.I. 2019. Plasmodium – More Don’ts. Trends in Parasitology 35 (1): 4–6.