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

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Oria, Prisca A.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Wageningen University
  • Subject: culicidae | ontwerp | solar energy | social factors | vectorbestrijding | Medische entomologie | malaria | vector control | kenya | Medical Entomology | gedrag | insect traps | design | sociale factoren | behaviour | volksgezondheid | insectenvallen | public health | zonne-energie

<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 obje... View more
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