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ZERO by 40 and Insecticide Resistance

18th March 2021
Christina Berry-Moorcroft
ZERO by 40 and Insecticide Resistance

The growing threat of insecticide resistance in mosquito vectors of malaria has the potential to undermine the significant gains that have been made in the fight against the disease since the turn of the century. Given the limited range of insecticide classes available for malaria vector control the urgency to complement the current products with different classes of chemistry, as well as novel interventions, is well-recognised. However, for these innovations to have long term impact, the vector control community and ZERO by 40 partners recognise that their use must be carefully managed through integrated vector management (IVM) and insecticide resistance management (IRM) strategies, tailored to local needs and available resources.

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