Movement Patterns of Seasonal Migrant Workers Associated With Malaria Risk Derived From Outpatient Register Books in Amhara Region, Ethiopia

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.

Publication date: November 2017

Movement Patterns of Seasonal Migrant Workers Associated With Malaria Risk Derived From Outpatient Register Books in Amhara Region, Ethiopia

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