Results showed that HLC was the most efficient method for sampling An. arabiensis.
The general agreement between the study participants and expert microscopists in malaria parasite detection and species identification was very low, particularly in the cases of low-parasite density and mixed infections.
An epidemic warning is issued for Oromia, Ethiopia, between August 2016 and July 2017 and may include the pre-July short malaria season.
From the perspective of health workers, use of intramuscular artesunate as pre-referral treatment of severe malaria cases at the health post is possible but dependent on training and availability of skilled workers.
Amid renewed calls for global malaria eradication, historian James C. McCann delivers a timely reminder of the complexity and resilience of malaria. His argument concerns interdisciplinarity, humility and scale.
This study documented the chronological changes of adherence of health care providers with the national recommended standards to treat malaria.
In the Ethiopia setting, an MTAT intervention is operationally feasible and can be conducted with high coverage.
The present study revealed that malaria is still a major source of morbidity in the study area among febrile illnesses.
Environmental factors influence true larval presence and larval detectability differentially when sampling in field conditions.
Epidemiological evidence suggested low clinical malaria incidence and prevalence in Jimma town.