World Health Organisation
Cite as https://mymun.com/ppdb/18403
In recent years vector borne diseases have become a tremendous public health problem in South-east Asia. They pose serious threats to human health with considerable economic impact. The region has been battling with the rise of outbreaks of dengue, malaria and other significant diseases. This fact imposes the question: what can be done to improve the situation?
First of all, the reasons for why vector borne diseases are a problem in this specific region should be considered. One of the most prominent conditions is the climate. Increase in temperatures and adequate rainfall trigger certain...