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Limiting the ability of mosquitoes or other insects to spread disease is one of the core strategies to controlling and eliminating malaria and other vector-borne diseases, such as dengue and lymphatic filariasis, in endemic areas. We take on a range of vector control activities and continuously look for new and innovative ways to prevent vectors from transmitting diseases to humans

Vector control

Limiting the ability of mosquitoes or other insects to spread disease is one of the core strategies to controlling and eliminating malaria and other vector-borne diseases, such as dengue and lymphatic filariasis, in endemic areas. We take on a range of vector control activities and continuously look for new and innovative ways to prevent vectors from transmitting diseases to humans.

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Mosquitoes

There are many types of mosquitoes, but a few in particular are primarily responsible for the spread of some of the most significant human diseases.

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Net distribution and surveys

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Dengue 

Dengue fever is one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the world. The World Health Organization estimates there are around 390 million cases of dengue each year, with as many as two and a half billion people at risk from the disease

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Arboviral diseases 

Arboviral diseases are viruses that are transmitted via the bite of an infected insect - usually mosquitoes and ticks. The most well known include dengue, Zika, chikungunya, yellow fever, West Nile virus and Japanese encephalitis.

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