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Manual for developing national malaria strategic plans

World Health Organization WHO, Regional Office for Africa, (2019)

The aim of the framework is to provide guidance to Member States and partners on region-specific priority actions towards the goals, targets and milestones of the GTS. The central pillar of the framework is the adoption of programme phasing and transitioning, aimed at facilitating a tailored approach to malaria control/elimination. This is in response to the increasing heterogeneity of malaria epidemiology among and within countries of the region.

Managing meningitis epidemics in Africa

Eds.: World Health Organization WHO, (2015)

A quick reference guide for health authorities and health-care workers Revised 2015

Global report on insecticide resistance in malaria vectors: 2010–2016

World Health Organization WHO, (2018)

As of October 2017, the global database comprised almost 30 000 records, including results from bioassays to measure phenotypic resistance, and biochemical and molecular tests for resistance mechanisms. The current report presents an overview of data on malaria vector resistance for 2010 to 2016. It aims to provide the baseline for subsequent status updates and to identify any temporal trends. An online mapping tool called Malaria Threats Map allows further interactive exploration of available data.

Guidelines for malaria vector control

World Health Organization WHO, (2019)

The Guidelines for malaria vector control provide a “one-stop shop” for all countries and partners working to implement effective malaria vector control measures. They cover the 2 core malaria vector control interventions – ITNs and IRS – as well as supplementary interventions, namely chemical and biological larvicides, and personal protection measures, such as the use of topical repellents. The guidelines consolidate more than 20 sets of WHO recommendations and good practice statements in one user-friendly format.

Fighting Cholera - Operational Handbook: Response to outbreaks and risk prevention in endemic areas

Solidarités International, (2018)

Cholera is a diarrhoeal disease that is usually contracted when drinking water contaminated with Vibrio cholerae bacteria. The fight against this disease requires a multidisciplinary approach that combines a water, hygiene and sanitation (WaSH) response with a monitoring system, improved water supply and quality, sanitation and hygiene, and a health response with the treatment of the disease itself.

Zimbabwe Cholera Control Guidelines

Ministry of Health and Child Welfare ; World Health Organisation Zimbabwe, (2009)

3rd edition

Surveillance des vecteurs et lutte antivectorielle dans les ports, les aéroports et aux postes-frontières

Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS), (2016)

Le présent manuel a pour objet d'orienter les États membres sur les aspects pratiques du maintien des normes sanitaires aux frontières internationales dans les ports, les aéroports et les passages à niveau (points d'entrée) énoncés dans le Règlement sanitaire international (2005). Il fournit des conseils techniques pour l'élaboration d'un programme complet de surveillance systématique des vecteurs de maladies et de lutte intégrée contre les vecteurs aux points d'entrée.

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