LLITNLong-Lasting Insecticide-Treated Net (malaria prevention)
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Thus, malaria can be eradicated in the district by deployment of a combination of intervention strategies such as effective mass drug administration and vector control (LLITNs and IRS) to combat and eventually eliminate the disease.
Therefore, the presumptive treatment for fever and the primary health intervention practices (LLITNs and IRS) should both be effectively implemented or practised in order to reduce or eliminate malaria disease.
Using the optimal values of the three intervention practices (LLITNs, IRS, and treatment), the results showed that the combination of the three intervention strategies has a positive and greater impact in eliminating or reducing the epidemic of malaria.