Global Vector Control Response 2017–2030

A strategic approach to tackle vector-borne diseases

by Pedro Alonso, Dirk Engels, John Reeder et al.
World Health Organization, 2017

64 pp. 3.5 MB

Mosquitoes, flies, bugs and other v ectors transmit viruses, parasites and bacteria that infect millions of people globally. They cause many diseases, including malaria, dengue, leishmaniases, Chagas disease and Zika virus disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) has developed a new strategy to strengthen vector control worldwide. Member States welcomed this integrated approach at the 2017 World Health Assembly and adopted a resolution to support the strategy.

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