Two main methods are key for preventing malaria and these include bed net use and indoor spraying with insecticides. However, with the increased switching in… Read more »
Kennedy is a vector biology researcher with an interest is in biology, ecology and behavior of disease vectors. He desires to see a malaria-free world by conducting research leading towards the development and application of novel tools which will contribute to the reduction of malaria and other vector borne diseases. He holds a Bachelor of Education Sciences degree from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College and currently studying an MSc in Tropical disease biology at Liverpool school of Tropical medicine in the UK.
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- Malaria elimination: With innovative tools, it’s possible - 3rd May 2022