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Research on the Efficacy of Insecticide-Treated Durable Wall Liners as a Method for Malaria Control

The purpose of this research is to compare, under conditions of universal coverage in a President's Malaria Initiative focus country, the impact on malaria transmission of employing indoor residual spraying alongside insecticide-treated wall liners to the impact of using long-lasting insecticide-treated nets alone. The research experience and results will provide guidance to the selected country’s National Malarial Control Program for scaling-up the most efficacious and cost-effective malaria prevention and reduction activities, and specifically inform decisions about whether countries and malaria control programs should consider phasing out indoor residual spraying (IRS) or replacing or supplementing IRS programs with insecticide-treated wall liners.

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Previously Awarded
Date Awarded: 
Monday, July 1, 2021
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icon for TRAction RFA on Efficacy of ITWLs for Malaria Control.pdf Download the RFA709.16 KB
icon for RFA CDC Wall Liner Research Amendment No. 1.pdf Download Amendment 1 to the RFA249.15 KB
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