VECTOR CONTROL
BY
Dr. Ladslaus L. Mnyone
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Sugar feeding
Host seeking
Partial surface application
Full surface application
Rest 2-3 days
Oviposition
Bed net application
Point-source application
Vector control methods
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Indoor residual spraying (IRS)
Use of personal protection measures e.g.
ITNs, repellents etc
Larviciding
Biological control
Environmental management
Education
Integrated mosquito management
Scale up Vector Control measures
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Combination of personal and community
protective measures e.g. ITNs and LLITNs
e.g. ITNs for everyone at risk of malaria,
especially children and pregnant women.
Framework of ITNs
= “Catch up” coverage and “Keep up” coverage strategy
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Roles of RBM
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1o goal is to provide a coordinated global
approach to fighting malaria
Lead in advocacy campaigns to raise
awareness of malaria at the global, regional,
national and community levels
Mobilize resources for malaria control and
research into new and more effective tools
Ensure that vulnerable individuals are key
participants in rolling back of malaria
Formulate task forces to carry out RBM tasks
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