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Malaria: Niger To Get 2.7m Treated Mosquito Nets

Niger to Get 2.7 Million Mosquito Nets From NMEP

The National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP) is to distribute 2.7 million long lasting insecticide treated nets in the 25 local government areas of Niger State. Leader of the state support team of NMEP, Mrs. Adaeze Aidenagbon, disclosed this ..., 20 hours ago
Niger's 25 councils to get 2.7m treated mosquito nets Nigeria Daily Independent, 11 hours ago

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Obiano intensifies fight against malaria, distributes 3million insecticide-treated nets

As part of the Roll Back Malaria pro­gramme, the gov­ernor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano, yesterday flagged off the dis­tribution of 3.1 million long-lasting insecticide-treated nets replacement campaign, which will cover the entire ...
 Daily Sun3 weeks ago

Benefit of Insecticide-Treated Nets, Curtains and Screening on Vector Borne Diseases, Excluding Malaria: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

by Anne L. Wilson, Ramesh C. Dhiman, Uriel Kitron, Thomas W. Scott, Henk van den Berg, Steven W. Lindsay Introduction Insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) are one of the main interventions used for malaria control. However, these nets may also be ...
 Plosone.org1 month ago

Big Africa mosquito meet launches in malaria eradication era many still die but progress numbers look great

Between 2004-2010 the number insecticide-treated nets delivered every year to malaria-endemic nations in sub-Saharan Africa increased from 6m
 Big News Network1 month ago

Chicken feathers to produce treated mosquito nets

RESEARCHERS at the Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) are on course to develop a prototype that sees the use of chicken feathers in the manufacturing of insecticidetreated mosquito nets. Speaking exclusively to the Sunday News, the IHI Research ...
 Daily News TSN1 week ago Tanzania: Chicken Feathers to Produce Treated Mosquito Nets  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Delay in issuing tenders hits drug supply, insecticide-soaked bed nets

NAGPUR: Lack of planning by the district administration is endangering the lives of thousands of patients affected by Falciparum malaria in Gadchiroli. Like every year, the cases are expected to cross 10-11,000 mark. Dr Yogesh Kalkonde, a public ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Huge GF boost for war on Malaria

Global Fund The Global Fund will provide at least 20 million treated mosquito nets next year that will be distributed for free to expectant mothers in a move aimed at supporting the country's efforts to combat the spread of Malaria. This new ...
 IPP Media1 month ago Malaria agency to distribute nets next year  The Star (Kenya)2 weeks ago Japanese Global Health Fund awards $33.5 million to develop vaccines, drugs for neglected diseases  HispanicBusiness.com2 months ago GHIT Fund announces new grants to tackle malaria, chagas disease and dengue  News-Medical.Net2 months ago

Rwanda: Govt to Put More Efforts in Fight Against Malaria

By Susan Babijja The change in climatic conditions and the period taken to replace the treated mosquito nets at different households after the chemicals used has worn out continue to hamper the progress that Rwanda is currently making in bringing ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago Govt to Put More Efforts in Fight Against Malaria  Individual.com1 month ago
Asian Scientist

Fending Off Dengue With Insecticide-Treated Uniforms

By | Featured Research October 28, 2014 Insecticide-treated uniforms could be a cost-effective way of keeping dengue at bay, scientists say. AsianScientist (Oct. 28, 2014) By Law Yao-Hua Scientists working to reduce dengue infection ...
 Asian Scientist4 weeks ago

Ontario to Cut Use of Insecticide Linked to Bee Colony Collapse

Ontario plans to reduce the use of an insecticide that has been linked to bee deaths, making it the first jurisdiction in North America to do so. Ontario, Canada's largest producer of corn and soybeans, intends to cut by 80 percent the acreage ...
 Bloomberg15 hours ago
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