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Malaria vector control and peoples' involvement in Bizadandi block, Mandla District, Madhya Pradesh

, : Malaria vector control and peoples' involvement in Bizadandi block, Mandla District, Madhya Pradesh. Community participation in malaria control: 93-106

A feasibility study was carried out on malaria control in the tribal forested belt of Madhya Pradesh, India, with a view to motivating the people to become involved in the prevention and control of malaria (Plasmodium falciparum and P. vivax mainly transmitted by Anopheles culicifacies and A. fluviatilis). Communities were approached by providing information through demonstrations, group meetings, slide shows and health camps, etc.

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