The commercial products and laboratory-produced repellents can be utilized by individuals to avoid contact with An. arabiensis in Ethiopia.
High prevalence of mutations in candidate genes conferring CQR in P. vivax was identified.
This study was conducted to evaluate the extent of genetic diversity of P. falciparum in Kolla-Shele, in the southwest of Ethiopia.
Geographical and age differences influence the distribution of P. vivax and P. falciparum malaria in Ethiopia.
G6PDd prevalence in the area is substantial with 30 (90.9%) of the 33 deficient individuals having malaria suggesting the non-protective role of the disorder at least from clinical malaria.
The present study revealed that the irrigation schemes resulted in intensified malaria transmission due to poor canal water management.
Residents of Jiga Yelmdar village were knowledgeable about malaria and the control strategies of the disease such as LLINs and IRS.
More malaria prevalence was observed in the control site compared to GGHD site almost throughout the time period considered.
This study aimed to determine the effect of combining community-based mosquito repellent with LLINs in the reduction of malaria.