In the global context of vector control, despite the successes observed with the massive use of impregnated mosquito nets and indoor insecticide treatments, the resistance of vectors to insecticides could compromise these successes. Current observations highlight the existence of behavioral heterogeneities with ethological changes in cycles of aggression or places of sting, which can increase the vulnerability of human populations and be the source of residual transmission in the sites. under anti-vector control. This is how this program is interested in the establishment of themes on the resistance of vectors to insecticides and the mechanisms involved in order to propose alternative strategies based on the management of this resistance.
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- President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). Funding US Government through USAID and the Senegalese PNLP. .