Men Traveling Away from Home Are More Likely to Bring Malaria into High Altitude Villages, Northwest Ethiopia

This study shows that travel outside of home was an important risk of malaria infections acquisition in northwest Ethiopia. Targeting males who frequently travel to malarious areas can reduce malaria transmission risks in high altitude areas.

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Publication date: April 2015
Source: PLOS ONE
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Spatiotemporal clusters of malaria cases at village level, northwest Ethiopia

A study identifying spatial clusters of malaria cases occurring at high elevation villages in Ethiopia, finding that malaria interventions in high altitude villages should address factors associated with malaria clustering.

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Publication date: June 2014
Source: Malaria Journal
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The effect of dams and seasons on malaria incidence and anopheles abundance in Ethiopia

A paper reporting on the effects of a mega hydropower dam on P. falciparum malaria incidence in Ethiopia.

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Publication date: April 2013
Source: BioMed Central
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Factors associated with mosquito net use by individuals in households owning nets in Ethiopia

An investigation of insecticidal mosquito net use using individual level data from people living in net-owning households from two surveys in Ethiopia.

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Publication date: December 2011
Source: Malaria Journal
Permalink: http://www.makingmalariahistory.org/toolkit-resource/factors-associated-with-mosquito-net-use-by-individuals-in-households-owning-nets-in-ethiopia/