Passive incidence of malaria cases is the main metric used in near-zero transmission settings in Ethiopia; other methods are needed to assess transmission interruption. These surveys aimed to assess malaria exposure in two regions of Ethiopia, describe secular transmission trends, and identify the best sampling strategy for malaria elimination scale-up.
Corporate author(s): PATH, ISGlobal, Amhara National Regional State Health Bureau, Regional Health Research Laboratory Center, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Publication date: November 2017
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