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NASA data gives us guidance on the problems caused by malaria. Through observer work, we found additional information in local studies.
Where malaria is not properly controlled, climate seasonality strongly influences the seasonal nature of malaria transmission.
The suitability of climatic conditions is defined as the situation of precipitation accumulation greater than 80 mm, average temperature between 18 ° C and 32 ° C and relative humidity above 60%.
These are approximate thresholds that seek to describe favorable conditions for the development of the falciparum parasite and the life cycle of the mosquito vector.
We can now predict the months according to the climatic conditions of the periods of strong, average and low possibilities of contamination.
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