World Health Organisation


Clara Coru

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Measures to combat vector-borne diseases in south-east Asia

  Vector-borne diseases are illnesses caused by vectors such as ticks, flies, fleas and mosquitoes. They are transmitted by those vectors between humans or from animals to humans. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), such illnesses engender more than 700 000 deaths every year and they represent around 17% of all infect...

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