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Childhood malaria case incidence in Malawi between 2004 and 2017: spatio-temporal modelling of climate and non-climate factors

January 7, 2020 - 15:07 -- Open Access
Author(s): 
James Chirombo, Pietro Ceccato, Rachel Lowe, Dianne J Terlouw, Madeleine C Thomson, Austin Gumbo, Peter J Diggle and Jonathan M Read
Reference: 
Malaria Journal 2020 19:5, 6 January 2020

Malaria transmission is influenced by a complex interplay of factors including climate, socio-economic, environmental factors and interventions. Malaria control efforts across Africa have shown a mixed impact. Climate driven factors may play an increasing role with climate change. Efforts to strengthen routine facility-based monthly malaria data collection across Africa create an increasingly valuable data source to interpret burden trends and monitor control programme progress. A better understanding of the association with other climatic and non-climatic drivers of malaria incidence over time and space may help guide and interpret the impact of interventions.

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