Evaluation of practices and costs of antivectorial control at the family level in central Africa, I. Yaoundé City (March 1988)
Evaluation des pratiques et des couts de lutte antivectorielle a l'échelon familial en Afrique centrale. I. Ville de Yaoundé (mars 1988)

M Desfontaine, H Gelas, A Goghomu, D Kouka-Bemba, P Carnevale
Within the framework of the preparation (acceptability and feasibility) of an integrated malaria control including insecticide impregnated bednets notably, a Knowledge Attitude Practice survey (home cluster sample) was carried through in March, 1988 in Yaoundé City to identify the current major mosquito behaviour control methods: insecticide sprays, mosquito coils and bednets and the motivations in the use of these control methods. The cost of vector control and cares for diseases attributed to
more » ... eases attributed to mosquitoes have been evaluated. The survey shows that insecticide impregnated bednets represent an accessible and suitable control method subject to regular supply with reasonable prices and implementation of demonstration stations for the impregnation.
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