The findings indicate very low levels of adherence to IMM guidelines among healthcare workers in the lakeshore areas of Kaliro and Buyende districts.
A high percentage of children referred to the health centre through iCCM in rural Uganda completed the referral.
Understanding inter- and intra-household net-use factors will help malaria control programmes more effectively direct their efforts to increase public health impact.
Associations were complex, with HbAS principally protective against severe anemia, _α/αα against altered consciousness, and negative epistasis between the two polymorphisms.
Drug shops are major sources of parenteral anti-malarials, which should be reserved for cases of severe malaria.
A reduced-representation SNP marker set for genome-wide An. gambiae genetic analysis in the north-western Lake Victoria basin is reported.
Molecular techniques are not routinely employed for malaria surveillance, while cross-sectional, community-based parasite surveys require significant resources.
The results show high but heterogeneous pfPR in villages in northern Uganda, confirm significantly decreased pfPR associated with IRS implementation, and suggest significant associations with some household characteristics.
At the Mbale RRH-NNU, the finding of cases of NCM was not expected, therefore, neonates presenting with features of suspected sepsis in malaria endemic settings should be routinely screened for NCM.
The decline in malaria incidence highlights the effectiveness of vector-control interventions and case management with ACT in Uganda.