BIMCPBioko Island Malaria Control Project (Equatorial Guinea)
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During the first phase of the project, window traps located at representative sites around the island enabled the BIMCP to monitor effectiveness in terms of reduction in mosquito population and their level of infectivity.
Annual blood tests for malaria-causing parasites among children and pregnant women enable the BIMCP to monitor effectiveness in the target population.
To increase the effectiveness of the BIMCP program, the company developed elaborate strategies to promote acceptance of indoor residual spraying, bed net usage, malaria treatment and the use of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria during pregnancy (IPTp) for expectant mothers.