Report Project 286: Malaria prevention and treatment, Busukuma, Uganda
AuthorDekker et al.
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About 60% of the population of Busukuma*, a village in Uganda, suffers from malaria. The problem of the large occurrence of malaria in this village influences people's health, economical and social status and is a cause of many deaths. The community of Busukuma has been seeking support to reduce the level of malaria incidences in their village. In dialogue with the Global Neighbour Network NABUUR*, and later on with the project team of Wageningen University, a project was defined to develop an action plan for malaria prevention and treatment to reduce the malaria incidence in Busukuma.