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This toolkit for integrated vector management (IVM) is designed to help national and regional programme managers coordinate across sectors to design and run large IVM programmes.<br> The toolkit provides the technical detail required to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate an IVM approach. IVM can be used when the aim is to control or eliminate vector-borne diseases and can also contribute to insecticide resistance management. This toolkit provides information on where vector-borne diseases are endemic and what interventions should be used, presenting case studies on IVM as well as relevant guidance documents for reference.<br> The diseases that are the focus of this toolkit are malaria, lymphatic filariasis, dengue, leishmaniasis, onchocerciasis, human African trypanosomiasis and schistosomiasis. It also includes information on other viral diseases (Rift Valley fever, West Nile fever, Chikungunya, yellow fever) and trachoma. If other vector-borne diseases appear in a country or area, vector control with an IVM approach should be adopted, as per national priorities.

sub-sahara africa,  vector management,  Vector Control,  Malaria,  Lymphatic filariasis,  Dengue fever,  Leishmaniasis,  Onchocerciasis,  African Trypanosomiasis,  Schistosomiasis,  rift valley fever,  West Nile fever,  chikungunya,  Yellow fever,  insecticide resistance,  toolkit,  Trachoma,