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European Occupational Health Series : 1994-97; Prevention in Primary Care, Family, Volume 94 02 Mt02: Maternal and Infant Health and Family Planning in the Central Asian Republics, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan (CARAK) ; Proceedings of a Meeting

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Title: European Occupational Health Series : 1994-97; Prevention in Primary Care, Family, Volume 94 02 Mt02: Maternal and Infant Health and Family Planning in the Central Asian Republics, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan (CARAK) ; Proceedings of a Meeting  
Author: World Health Organization
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Organization, W. H. (n.d.). European Occupational Health Series : 1994-97; Prevention in Primary Care, Family, Volume 94 02 Mt02. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Medical Reference Publication

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On the basis of published recar& and unpubliriied reportr to WHO, the author revien,s the information available on the ecology of I5 anopheline malaria rectors occurring in oreas of the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region where attack nieasures ore being applied. The information, which is still incomplete, relates chiefly to tlre periodsince 1956, tlre year when the malaria eradication programme in the Region was launched. An attempt is made to evaluate the control measures undertaken so fir, and to proi.ide data on /he sensitivity to insecticides, behaviour, and mortality of vector poprilotions. This paper reviews recent information on the ecoloev of malaria vectors in the area -. desienated hv the World Health Organization as the Eastern Mediterranean R e g i ~ n ,w~it h special reference to technical problems. Earlier information can be found in older literature (11, 15, 19). The review mainly covers the principal and some additional malaria vectors on which information is available in published and unpublished reports from countries with a malaria eradication or control programme under way. Vectors in countries with programmes in the maintenance phase (Israel and Lebanon) or where malaria has been eradicated (Cyprus) are not included, since the potential of former vectors in such areas is outside the scope of this paper. The area under discussion contains fauna of three zoogeographical regions-the Ethiopian, the Palaearctic and the Oriental regions. As far as possible the review follows this sequence, starting with vectors occurring in the southernmost part of the area and then discussing those of the north and north-east.

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