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Anopheles Gambiae (s.l.) Exhibit High Intensity Pyrethroid Resistance Throughout Southern and Central Mali (2016–2018): PBO or Next Generation LLINs May Provide Greater Control

Arthur Sovi, Chitan Keita, Youssouf Sinaba, Dereje Dengela, Cecilia Flatley, and Elie Bankineza, Abt Associates; Abdourhamane Dicko, Programme National de Lutte contre le Paludisme; Ibrahim Traore, Moussa B. M. Cisse, and Ousmane Koita, Université des Sciences, des Techniques, et des Technologies de Bamako; Jules Mihigo, Allison Belemvire, Jenny Carlson, Christen Fornadel, and Richard M. Oxborough, U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative, U.S. Agency for International Development

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April 30, 2021

As managers of The U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative VectorLink Project, Abt Associates recently published an article in Parasites & Vectors on the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae mosquitoe’s high level of resistance to use of pyrethroid insecticide in Mali. The goal is to understand how PBO nets or next generation long-lasting insecticide-treated nets (LLINs) could provide greater malaria control. The study concluded that “PBO or chlorfenapyr LLINs should provide improved control of An. gambiae (s.l.). Clothianidin, and pirimiphos-methyl insecticides are currently being used for IRS as part of a rotation strategy based on susceptibility being confirmed in this study.”