Mosquito-borne disease prevention

Generating evidence for an innovative and complementary vector control tool

The project, Advancing Evidence for the Global Implementation of Spatial Repellents (AEGIS) will build on decades of research and generate further evidence about an innovative new tool, spatial repellents, to help prevent vector-borne diseases like malaria and dengue. The AEGIS project is made possible thanks to Unitaid’s funding and support.

Beyond Bed Nets: Study Shows Consumers in Kenya Shopping for Alternative Mosquito Products

Learn more about JHU and KEMRI's retail audit findings and recent Malaria Journal publication.

Notre Dame and partners begin second spatial repellent trial for Unitaid-funded research program

The Mali trial has begun its baseline, which will last six months. Throughout this phase, the study team recruits participants and establishes the baseline of malaria infection.

Podcast: On Mosquito-Borne Diseases and Spatial Repellents

Nicole Achee, AEGIS Scientific Director, discusses mosquito-borne diseases and spatial repellent research on With a Side of Knowledge podcast