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International Journal of Mosquito Research
Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part A (2016)
Malaria incidence in two tribal district of India: A comparative analysis
Author(s): P Nanda, B Dabi and Birat Raja Padhan
Abstract: Malaria is one of the top most public health problem in tribal dominated district of India. Epidemiology and transmission of Malaria vary from region to region of tribal areas with ecotypes, types of forest cover and variation in topography. This study was carried out in two tribal dominated district of India viz Sundargarh (Odisha) and Papum Parre (Itanagar) in Arunachal Pradesh North East India to understand the epidemiology and case load of Malaria and an ecological study including breeding sites was carried out to identify the vector mosquitoes. In both the district the case load are in decreasing trend. In Sundargarh (Odisha) Plasmodium falciparum is the dominate species where as Plasmodium vivax is in Papum pare (Arunachal Pradesh).
How to cite this article:
P Nanda, B Dabi and Birat Raja Padhan. Malaria incidence in two tribal district of India: A comparative analysis. International Journal of Mosquito Research. 2016; 3(3): 03-05.