The semi-quantitative method of measuring CRP is cheap, rapid and easy to perform but not useful in predicting parasitemia and malaria.
Although the risk of morbidity from the use of the mosquito coil was low, the coil yielded limited protection as a mosquito avoidance method.
Malaria transmission remains high in Sub-Saharan Africa despite large-scale implementation of malaria control interventions.
Malaria and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infections are major public health problems in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The malaria vector species composition shift, insecticide resistance and climatic warming were the likely cause of the contrasting outcome of malaria intervention in western Kenya.
This paper examines the extent to which bed net usage is responsive to changes in malaria prevalence and whether indoor residual spraying crowds out bed net usage.
This study highlights the importance of defining indicator-relevant sample sizes to achieve the required precision in the current national surveys.
Local PfPR differed substantially between sites and age groups.
In malarious regions of sub-Saharan Africa, daily CTX for HIV-infected pregnant women regardless of CD4 cell count is cost-effective compared with 3-dose IPTp-SP as long as more than 82% of women adhere to daily dosing.
This study highlights differences in drug prescription and purchase patterns in five sub-Saharan African countries.