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As the world and Africa, in particular, continues to grapple with malaria, Tanzania’s Ifakara Health Institute has developed a new technology that has proven quite effective in fighting malaria. According to the Daily News, Ifakara Health Institute has created insecticide-laden tubes, known as “Eave Tubes,” that attract and kill female Anopheles mosquitoes that transmit malaria. Full story follow this link https://face2faceafrica.com/article/eaves-tubes

To see more details about this project, and to contact lead scientists, please click on these links on our website:

  1. Low-cost mosquito contamination devices for sustainable malaria control
  2. Evaluation of the eave tube technology for malaria control in Tanzania

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