Global Health

Malaria and agriculture are linked. Here's the evidence from 16 African countries 

Agriculture and malaria transmission are closely linked Image: UNSPLASH/Yulian Alexeyev

Hiral Anil Shah

Health Economist, Imperial College London

Kallista Chan

PhD Candidate, Agriculture and Infectious Disease, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Kris Murray

Associate Professor, Environment and Health (MRCG@LSHTM); Senior Lecturer (Ecological Health, Imperial College London), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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