Encouraging Impact Following 2.5 Years of Reinforced Malaria Control Interventions in a Hyperendemic Region of the Republic of Guinea
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AbstractMalaria is one of the principal causes of morbidity and mortality in the Republic of Guinea, particularly in the highly endemic regions. To assist in malaria control efforts, a multi-component malaria control intervention was implemented in the hyperendemic region of Guéckédou Prefecture. The coverage of the intervention and its impact on malaria parasite prevalence were assessed.