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Introduction For a sustainable and viable health condition of the human population, certain factors must be ensured, such as clean air, safe water, safe and sufficient supply of food, and tolerable temperature. 1 Worldwide, it has been shown that climate and its variability can affect the prevalence and incidence of diseases and other human health consequences. This is based on research findings that climate can alter the transmission of diseases, agricultural productivity, and quality anddoi:10.47895/amp.v50i2.862 fatcat:hcsjwaro6nez3ce2qwmxotszda