Integrated approach to malaria prevention at household level in rural communities in Uganda: experiences from a pilot project

by David Musoke, George Karani, John C Ssempebwa et al.
Malaria Journal 2013, 12:327 (17 September 2013)

17 pp. 1.4 MB:
http://www.malariajournal.com/content/pdf/1475-2875-12-327.pdf

The objectives of the project were to: carry out a baseline survey on malaria prevention; train community health workers and increase awareness among the community on the integrated approach to malaria prevention; and, establish demonstration sites using the integrated approach. The integrated approach to malaria prevention at household level was well perceived by the project community, which could be scaled up to other areas. More rigorous studies such as randomized controlled trials are also recommended to further explore the public health impact of the integrated approach to malaria prevention.

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