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WHOPES-recommended compounds and formulations for control of mosquito larvae. 2012 WHOPES-recommended compounds and formulations for control of mosquito larvae. 2012

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WHOPES-recommended compounds and formulations for control of mosquito larvae. 2012Reports of the WHOPES Working Group Meetings and the WHOPES publication Pesticides and their application for control of vectors and pests of public health importance should be consulted for guidance on use and recommendations.

WHO recommended long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets. 2012 WHO recommended long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets. 2012

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WHO recommended long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets. 2012Reports of the WHOPES Working Group Meetings should be consulted for detailed guidance on use and recommendations

Practical Guide for in vivo Antimalarial Drug-Efficacy Studies in the Americas; 2003 Practical Guide for in vivo Antimalarial Drug-Efficacy Studies in the Americas; 2003

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Fecha publicación: 19.07.2003
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PAHO. Practical Guide for in vivo Antimalarial Drug-Efficacy Studies in the Americas. 2003Resistance of Plasmodium falciparum to antimalarial drugs is one of the most serious challenges facing national malaria control programs in the Americas. At present, P. falciparum is resistant to both chloroquine (CQ) and sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP) throughout the Amazon Basin and to CQ alone on the Pacific Coast of South America.

Malaria Day in the Americas 2010: Guidelines for Commemoration,Communications, and Advocacy Malaria Day in the Americas 2010: Guidelines for Commemoration,Communications, and Advocacy

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In September 2005, the 46th Directing Council of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) adopted Resolution CD46.R13 which highlighted, among other things, the need to establish policies and operational plans to achieve a reduction of the malaria burden by at least 50% by 2010 and 75% by 2015; and to designate a Malaria Control Day in the Americas on a selected annual date, to recognize past and current efforts to prevent and control malaria, promote awareness, and monitor progress.

Guidelines on the elimination of residual foci of malaria transmission; 2007 Guidelines on the elimination of residual foci of malaria transmission; 2007

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Guidelines on the elimination of residual foci of malaria transmission; 2007 

Guidelines on Situation Analysis for Public Health Pesticide Management; 2005 Guidelines on Situation Analysis for Public Health Pesticide Management; 2005

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WHO. Guidelines on Situation Analysis for Public Health Pesticide Management, 2005The objective of this document is to provide guidance in the performance of a situation analysis aimed at identifying the weaknesses, strengths and needs for strengthening a country's public health pesticide management practices.

Guidelines on prevention of the reintroduction of malaria; 2007 Guidelines on prevention of the reintroduction of malaria; 2007

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Guidelines on prevention of the reintroduction of malaria; 2007 

Guidelines for the Treatment of Malaria, Second Edition; 2010 Guidelines for the Treatment of Malaria, Second Edition; 2010

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WHO. Guidelines for the Treatment of Malaria, Second Edition, 2010Malaria case management remains a vital component of the malaria control strategies. This entails early diagnosis and prompt treatment with effective antimalarial medicines. The WHO Guidelines for the treatment of malaria, which were first published in 2006, provide global, evidence-based recommendations on the case management of malaria, targeted mainly at policy-makers at country level, providing a framework for the development of specific and more detailed national treatment protocols that take into account local antimalarial drug resistance patterns and health service capacity in the country.

Guidelines for procuring puiblic health pesticides; 2012 Guidelines for procuring puiblic health pesticides; 2012

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Guidelines for Procuring Public Helth PesticidesPesticide procurement is a highly specialized and complex subject. Expertise is required to ensure that appropriate high-quality pesticide products are procured rapidly, effi ciently, economically and in a fair and transparent manner. It also requires the existence of national policies and guidelines, with clear and transparent procedures supported by appropriate legal provisions and controls.

Guidelines for Laboratory and Field Testing of Long-Lasting Insecticidal Mosquito Nets; 2005 Guidelines for Laboratory and Field Testing of Long-Lasting Insecticidal Mosquito Nets; 2005

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WHO. Guidelines for Laboratory and Field Testing of Long-Lasting Insecticidal Mosquito Nets, 2005The purpose of this document is to provide specific and standardized procedures and guidelines for testing long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets (LNs) for personal protection and malaria control. It is intended to harmonize the testing procedures carried out to generate data for registration and labelling of such products by national authorities.

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