Malaria transmission in Cambodia: Are plantations a hotspot?
Background: Malaria is a leading cause of morbidity in Cambodia with an estimated 55,000 cases in 2014. Malaria prevalence is highest in forested rural areas, where a large proportion of the population live and work. Plantations are hypothesised to be “hotspots” for malaria transmission due to their proximity to forests and the vectors therein.
Methods: An analysis of malaria incidence data collected on plantations and in surrounding local villages in north-eastern Ca...Expand abstract
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