When it comes to mosquito control, are we doing the right thing? Are we doing things right?

Vector-borne diseases continue to inflict a heavy burden on human populations. Mosquitoes are the world’s deadliest animal, claiming a life about every minute. In addition to a taking the equivalent of four 747 Jumbo planes full of people daily, malaria is estimated to be responsible for an average annual reduction of 1.3% of economic growth of countries with the highest burden.(1) Mosquitoes are also responsible for hundreds of millions of cases of Dengue, Zika, Chikungunya fevers, and the re-emergence of Yellow Fever in parts of the World. This situation calls for improved evidence-based mosquito control strategic plans that safeguard the few public health insecticides available.

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