This study aimed to monitor vector behavior, species composition, and vector susceptibility to insecticides used for malaria vector control to guide the malaria elimination agenda. Outdoor biting, early biting, pyrethroid insecticide resistance, and carbamate insecticide resistance were identified and could undermine elimination efforts. Additional interventions and sustainable insecticide resistance management strategies are likely to be required.
Corporate author(s): PATH; Ministry of Health, Zambia
Publication date: November 2016
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Related regions: Africa
See also: Emerging and epidemic diseases > Malaria
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