Policy Analysis of a Regional Malaria Control Strategy in the Americas: Guyana Case Study

Introduction: Latin America & the Caribbean  achieved a 60% reduction in malaria cases from 2002-2012. With most of the "quick wins" already attained, the current challenge is to reduce the cases of malaria among highly mobile populations such as itinerant gold miners or "garimpeiros" and indigenous communities in the Amazon forest.  
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