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BMC Public Health
Background Africans pour dirty water around their houses which constitutes aquatic habitats (AH). These AH are sought by mosquitoes for larval development. Recent studies have shown the effectiveness of destroying AH around houses in reducing malaria incidence. An agent-based model is proposed for controlling malaria's incidence through population sensitizing campaigns on the harmful effects of AH around houses. Methods The environment is constituted of houses, AH, mosquitoes, humans, anddoi:10.1186/s12889-020-10150-4 pmid:33706731 fatcat:xbcj6vuo2ncn7fgfqhucxdoi6e