Malaria is a major public health problem that affects 106 countries globally. A rigorous and systematic approach to predict and control malaria transmission is needed.
Mosquitoes are controlled by insecticide treated nets to curb the spread of Malaria. The nets which are hung over beds can be reused after serving its purpose.
The simple use of a net intended to curb malaria by fishers has become a classic conservation problem.
The construction of dams in Africa, in some cases, bring an unintended consequence – an increase in malaria in the surrounding areas.
Despite tests which rapidly test for malaria being around for several years, overtreatment of malarial drugs still takes place in Africa.