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Achievements in malaria control could inform efforts to control the increasing global burden of dengue. Better methods for quantifying dengue endemicity-equivalent to parasite prevalence surveys and endemicity mapping used for malaria-would help target resources, monitor progress, and advocate for investment in dengue prevention. Success in controlling malaria has been attributed to widespread implementation of interventions with proven efficacy. An improved evidence base is needed for large-scale delivery of existing and novel interventions for vector control, alongside continued investment in dengue drug and vaccine development. Control of dengue is unlikely to be achieved without coordinated international financial and technical support for national programmes, which has proven effective in reducing the global burden of malaria.

Original publication

DOI

10.1016/S1473-3099(12)70246-3

Type

Journal article

Journal

Lancet Infect Dis

Publication Date

12/2012

Volume

12

Pages

977 - 984

Keywords

Aedes, Animals, Dengue, Dengue Virus, Endemic Diseases, Humans, Insect Vectors, Malaria, Plasmodium