This poster describes the key factors that led to El Salvador’s divergence from the malaria trajectory of its neighbors—Guatemala and Honduras—in the 1980s.
Corporate author(s): PATH, Minsterio de Salud, The Carter Center
Publication date: November 2016
The “Dynamic Epidemiology” of Malaria Elimination in El Salvador: the Role of Program Decentralization, Stratification, and Timely Treatment in the Rapid and Durable Decline in Malaria Incidence Since the Early 1980s
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This publication is part of the series ASTMH posters
Related regions: Latin America
See also: Emerging and epidemic diseases > Malaria
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