One of the main priorities of Georgian health care system is control of malaria and its prophylaxes. The main goal of national strategy is decreasing malaria influence on population. In 2002 WHO adopted resolution about strengthening of anti malaria measures. The resolution concerns all anti malaria measures to decrease distress distribution of results of epidemics. During recent years the incidence of malaria in Georgia decreased (from 474 cases in 2002 to 25 in 2007). The progress in anti malaria measures and malaria elimination in the entire country is the main achievement of regional initiative, GF (Global Fund) and WHO joint effort. One of the main parts of mentioned program is malaria vector control.
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