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Figure 2. From: Ranking of elimination feasibility between malaria-endemic countries.

Quintiles of relative elimination feasibility rankings between malaria-endemic countries
(A) Mapped quintiles of mean rankings for Plasmodium falciparum relative technical feasibility. (B) Mapped quintiles of mean rankings for P falciparum relative operational feasibility. (C) Mapped quintiles of mean rankings for Plasmodium vivax relative operational feasibility. (D) Mapped quintiles of mean rankings for P falciparum overall relative elimination feasibility. In each map, the dark red sections and largest numbers represent the lowest feasibility.

Andrew J Tatem, et al. Lancet. 2010 November 6;376(9752):1579-1591.
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Figure 1. From: Ranking of elimination feasibility between malaria-endemic countries.

Categorical map of Plasmodium falciparum reproductive number, PfRc, indicating the extent to which transmission needs to be reduced for elimination
Map highlights areas that would require transmission reductions of less than 50% (PfRc 1–10), 50–90% (PfRC 10–50), 90–99% (PfRC 50–100), or greater than 99% (PfRc>100) to eliminate P falciparum malaria. Unstable transmission is as defined in reference 11.

Andrew J Tatem, et al. Lancet. 2010 November 6;376(9752):1579-1591.
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Figure 3. From: Ranking of elimination feasibility between malaria-endemic countries.

A scatterplot of the mean rankings for estimated Plasmodium falciparum relative technical feasibility versus those for P falciparum relative operational feasibility
The positioning of countries on the plot highlights the ranking defined different challenges faced relative to other countries. Low mean rank values equate to countries being more feasible than others, whereas high values represent low feasibility. DR=Democratic Republic. *Country that has declared a national policy for malaria elimination or is persuing spatially progressive elimination within its borders.

Andrew J Tatem, et al. Lancet. 2010 November 6;376(9752):1579-1591.

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