Storm damage to residences linked to higher malaria prevalence in Mozambique

Though malaria has been eliminated in several countries, the mosquito-borne disease remains a major public health concern in sub-Saharan Africa. Mozambique has the fourth-highest prevalence of malaria in the region and is vulnerable due to a range of factors, including inadequate health care infrastructure, limited access to prevention measures, and climatic conditions conducive to mosquito breeding.

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