Impact of a malaria intervention package in schools on Plasmodium infection, anaemia and cognitive function in schoolchildren in Mali: a pragmatic cluster-randomised trial
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- Siân Clarke & Saba Rouhani & Seybou Diarra & Renion Saye & Modibo Bamadio & Rebecca Jones & Diahara Traore & Klenon Traore & Matthew Jukes & Josselin Thuilliez & Simon Brooker & Natalie Roschnik & Mou, 2017. "Impact of a malaria intervention package in schools on Plasmodium infection, anaemia and cognitive function in schoolchildren in Mali: a pragmatic cluster-randomised trial," Post-Print halshs-01674689, HAL.
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- Noam Angrist & Matthew C. H. Jukes & Sian Clarke & R. Matthew Chico & Charles Opondo & Donald Bundy & Lauren M. Cohee, 2023. "School-based malaria chemoprevention as a cost-effective approach to improve cognitive and educational outcomes: a meta-analysis," Papers 2303.10684, arXiv.org.
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- Cirera, Laia & Castelló, Judit Vall & Brew, Joe & Saúte, Francisco & Sicuri, Elisa, 2022. "The impact of a malaria elimination initiative on school outcomes: evidence from Southern Mozambique," LSE Research Online Documents on Economics 113334, London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE Library.
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Keywordsintermittent preventive treatment; IPT; intermittent parasite clearance; IPC; asymptomatic; gametocytes; Mali; malaria; anaemia; cognition; schoolchildren; schools; insecticide-treated nets; ITNs. LLINs;
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