This study looked at seasonal migrant workers in Amhara, Ethiopia, who are susceptible to malaria infections during their travel and stay at farms, and have significant barriers to malaria prevention measures. The study aimed to understand their malaria control behaviors, and determine the feasibility of prevention strategies.
Corporate author(s): PATH, Amhara National Regional State Health Bureau, ISGlobal
Publication date: November 2017
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