publication . Doctoral thesis . 2016

Combining malaria control with rural electrification : social and behavioural factors that influenced the design, use and sustainability of solar-powered mosquito trapping systems (SMoTS) for malaria elimination on Rusinga Island, western Kenya

Oria, Prisca A.;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: Wageningen University and Research
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
<p>Chapter 1 presents the background information relevant to the subject matter and methods of this thesis. These include the application of social and behavioural sciences in malaria control, the SolarMal project and malaria in Kenya. It also presents the research objective, question and design that informed this thesis.</p> <p>Chapter 2 systematically documented and analysed how the mosquito trapping technology and related social contexts mutually shaped each other and how this mutual shaping impacted the design and re-design of the intervention. Our analysis focused on the design, re-design and piloting of the innovative approach to controlling malaria largel...
Subjects
free text keywords: malaria, vectorbestrijding, volksgezondheid, culicidae, insectenvallen, sociale factoren, gedrag, ontwerp, zonne-energie, kenya, Medische entomologie, vector control, public health, insect traps, social factors, behaviour, design, solar energy, Medical Entomology
Related Organizations
Communities
Energy Research
96 references, page 1 of 7

Hiscox, A. M., Nicolas; Kiche, Ibrahim; Silkey, Mariabeth; Homan, Tobias; Oria, Prisca; Mweresa, Collins; Otieno, Bruno; Ayugi, Margaret; Bousema, Teun; Sawa, Patrick; Alaii, Jane; Smith, Thomas; Leeuwis, Cees; Mukabana, Wolfgang R; Takken, Willem. (2012). "The SolarMal Project: innovative mosquito trapping technology for malaria control." from http://www.malariajournal.com/content/11/S1/O45.

Hofman, P. S., Elzen Boelie E., Geels Frank W. (2004). "Sociotechnical Scenarios as a New Policy Tool to Explore System Innovations: Co-evolution of Technology and Society in The Netherland's Electricity Domain." Innovation: Management Policy and Practice 6(23): 344-360. [OpenAIRE]

Holbrook, M. B. (2002). Consumer value: a framework for analysis and research. New York, Routledge.

Homan, T., A. Di Pasquale, et al. (2015). "Innovative tools and OpenHDS for health and demographic surveillance on Rusinga Island, Kenya." BMC research notes 8(1): 397.

Homan, T., N. Maire, et al. (2016). "Spatially variable risk factors for malaria in a geographically heterogeneous landscape, western Kenya: an explorative study." Malaria Journal(1): 1.

Israel, B. A., B. Checkoway, et al. (1994). "Health education and community empowerment: conceptualizing and measuring perceptions of individual, organizational, and community control." Health Education & Behavior 21(2): 149-170.

Israel, B. A., J. Krieger, et al. (2006). "Challenges and facilitating factors in sustaining community-based participatory research partnerships: lessons learned from the Detroit, New York City and Seattle Urban Research Centers." Journal of Urban Health 83(6): 1022-1040.

Israel, B. A., A. J. Schulz, et al. (1998). "Review of community-based research: assessing partnership approaches to improve public health." Annu Rev Public Health 19: 173-202.

Iwashita, H., G. Dida, et al. (2010). "Research Sleeping arrangement and house structure affect bed net use in villages along Lake Victoria." Malaria journal 9(176): 1-7.

Iwashita, H., G. Dida, et al. (2010). "Sleeping arrangement and house structure affect bed net use in villages along Lake Victoria." Malar J 9: 176. [OpenAIRE]

Jacobson, A. (2007). "Connective Power: Solar Electrification and Social Change in Kenya." World Development 35(1): 144-162.

Jones, C. O. and H. A. Williams (2004). "The social burden of malaria: what are we measuring?" Am J Trop Med Hyg 71(2 Suppl): 156-161. [OpenAIRE]

Jordan, P. W. (2002). Designing pleasurable products: An introduction to the new human factors, CRC press.

Kanagawa, M. and T. Nakata (2008). "Assessment of access to electricity and the socio-economic impacts in rural areas of developing countries." Energy Policy 36(6): 2016-2029. [OpenAIRE]

Kaneko, S., E. Mushinzimana, et al. (2007). "Demographic Surveillance System (DSS) in Suba District, Kenya." Tropical Medicine and Health 35(35): 37-40. [OpenAIRE]

96 references, page 1 of 7
Abstract
<p>Chapter 1 presents the background information relevant to the subject matter and methods of this thesis. These include the application of social and behavioural sciences in malaria control, the SolarMal project and malaria in Kenya. It also presents the research objective, question and design that informed this thesis.</p> <p>Chapter 2 systematically documented and analysed how the mosquito trapping technology and related social contexts mutually shaped each other and how this mutual shaping impacted the design and re-design of the intervention. Our analysis focused on the design, re-design and piloting of the innovative approach to controlling malaria largel...
Subjects
free text keywords: malaria, vectorbestrijding, volksgezondheid, culicidae, insectenvallen, sociale factoren, gedrag, ontwerp, zonne-energie, kenya, Medische entomologie, vector control, public health, insect traps, social factors, behaviour, design, solar energy, Medical Entomology
Related Organizations
Communities
Energy Research
96 references, page 1 of 7

Hiscox, A. M., Nicolas; Kiche, Ibrahim; Silkey, Mariabeth; Homan, Tobias; Oria, Prisca; Mweresa, Collins; Otieno, Bruno; Ayugi, Margaret; Bousema, Teun; Sawa, Patrick; Alaii, Jane; Smith, Thomas; Leeuwis, Cees; Mukabana, Wolfgang R; Takken, Willem. (2012). "The SolarMal Project: innovative mosquito trapping technology for malaria control." from http://www.malariajournal.com/content/11/S1/O45.

Hofman, P. S., Elzen Boelie E., Geels Frank W. (2004). "Sociotechnical Scenarios as a New Policy Tool to Explore System Innovations: Co-evolution of Technology and Society in The Netherland's Electricity Domain." Innovation: Management Policy and Practice 6(23): 344-360. [OpenAIRE]

Holbrook, M. B. (2002). Consumer value: a framework for analysis and research. New York, Routledge.

Homan, T., A. Di Pasquale, et al. (2015). "Innovative tools and OpenHDS for health and demographic surveillance on Rusinga Island, Kenya." BMC research notes 8(1): 397.

Homan, T., N. Maire, et al. (2016). "Spatially variable risk factors for malaria in a geographically heterogeneous landscape, western Kenya: an explorative study." Malaria Journal(1): 1.

Israel, B. A., B. Checkoway, et al. (1994). "Health education and community empowerment: conceptualizing and measuring perceptions of individual, organizational, and community control." Health Education & Behavior 21(2): 149-170.

Israel, B. A., J. Krieger, et al. (2006). "Challenges and facilitating factors in sustaining community-based participatory research partnerships: lessons learned from the Detroit, New York City and Seattle Urban Research Centers." Journal of Urban Health 83(6): 1022-1040.

Israel, B. A., A. J. Schulz, et al. (1998). "Review of community-based research: assessing partnership approaches to improve public health." Annu Rev Public Health 19: 173-202.

Iwashita, H., G. Dida, et al. (2010). "Research Sleeping arrangement and house structure affect bed net use in villages along Lake Victoria." Malaria journal 9(176): 1-7.

Iwashita, H., G. Dida, et al. (2010). "Sleeping arrangement and house structure affect bed net use in villages along Lake Victoria." Malar J 9: 176. [OpenAIRE]

Jacobson, A. (2007). "Connective Power: Solar Electrification and Social Change in Kenya." World Development 35(1): 144-162.

Jones, C. O. and H. A. Williams (2004). "The social burden of malaria: what are we measuring?" Am J Trop Med Hyg 71(2 Suppl): 156-161. [OpenAIRE]

Jordan, P. W. (2002). Designing pleasurable products: An introduction to the new human factors, CRC press.

Kanagawa, M. and T. Nakata (2008). "Assessment of access to electricity and the socio-economic impacts in rural areas of developing countries." Energy Policy 36(6): 2016-2029. [OpenAIRE]

Kaneko, S., E. Mushinzimana, et al. (2007). "Demographic Surveillance System (DSS) in Suba District, Kenya." Tropical Medicine and Health 35(35): 37-40. [OpenAIRE]

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publication . Doctoral thesis . 2016

Combining malaria control with rural electrification : social and behavioural factors that influenced the design, use and sustainability of solar-powered mosquito trapping systems (SMoTS) for malaria elimination on Rusinga Island, western Kenya

Oria, Prisca A.;