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close this bookMalaria Epidemics: Forecasting, Prevention, Early Detection and Control - From Policy to Practice (WHO; 2004; 52 pages) View the PDF document
View the documentAcknowledgement
View the documentList of acronyms and abbreviations used
View the documentSummary
View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. This meeting
View the document3. Purpose of meeting
View the document4. Strategic approach to epidemic prevention and control
View the document5. Identification of epidemic-prone areas and populations
open this folder and view contents6. Long-range forecasting, early warning and early detection
open this folder and view contents7. Malaria diagnosis
open this folder and view contents8. Malaria disease management
open this folder and view contents9. Vector control
View the document10. Community cooperation and participation
open this folder and view contents11. Recommendations and major action points for strategy implementation
View the documentReferences
open this folder and view contentsAnnexes

Malaria Epidemics: Forecasting, Prevention, Early Detection and Control - From Policy to Practice

Report of an Informal Consultation
Leysin, Switzerland
8-10 December 2003

World Health Organization

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