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Migrant Labor Report Ethiopia 2016: Assessing movement patterns and malaria-associated factors among agricultural migrant workers and the feasibility of implementing new targeted anti-malaria interventions in Amhara Region, Ethiopia

This report summarizes findings from a descriptive study using quantitative and qualitative methods. The quantitative methods included a cross-sectional farm assessment survey using a standardized questionnaire, and collection of surveillance data on travel history in malaria cases from individual patient logs from the outpatient department register book. Qualitative methods employed were key informant interviews, focus group discussions, and direct observations

Publication date: October 2019

Migrant Labor Report Ethiopia 2016

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