The malaria burden in Ethiopia has steadily decreased, and the country aims to achieve subnational elimination in 245 districts by 2020. However, increased population movement remains a key barrier to elimination. This study aims to assess spatial movement patterns of migrant workers and related malaria risk in Amhara Region, Ethiopia.
Corporate author(s): PATH, ISGlobal, Amhara National Regional State Health Bureau
Publication date: November 2017
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