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Bioevaluation of insecticidal and repellent plants from central region of Kenya and chemical identification of bioactive derivatives
Despite considerable control efforts, malaria still remains the most prevalent and devastating disease in the tropics. With more than 40% of the world population at risk, malaria undermines the welfare of several South ...
Socio-economic factors in community-based malaria control in central division of Garissa district, Kenya
Malaria is one of the leading parasitic diseases causing morbidity and mortality in developing countries. In Kenya, it is one of the leading causes of death and accounts for 13% of all deaths reported in government hospitals. ...
Effects of cow dung and selected medicinal plants on anopheles species as a strategy for malaria vector control in Ahero rice irrigation scheme, Kenya
The control of malaria is complex and has previously focused on the use of drugs and chemicals targeting the parasite and the vectors respectively. However, this has been a challenge because the parasite and the vectors ...