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The dramatic escalation of malaria control activities in Africa since the year 2000 has increased the importance of accurate measurements of impact on malaria epidemiology and burden. This study presents a systematic review of the emerging published evidence base on trends in malaria risk in Africa and argues that more systematic, timely, and empirically-based approaches are urgently needed to track the rapidly evolving landscape of transmission.

Original publication

DOI

10.1186/1475-2875-13-39

Type

Journal article

Journal

Malar J

Publication Date

30/01/2014

Volume

13

Keywords

Africa, Communicable Disease Control, Epidemiologic Methods, Humans, Malaria