Analyzing the impact of treatment, fumigation, and biolarvicides intervention on malaria control program

Shafira Habibah, Dipo Aldila, Wed Giyarti, Putri A. Dumbela, Bevina D. Handari

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Abstract

© 2020 SERSC. Malaria is a disease caused by the protozoa parasite of the genus plasmodium and transmitted through the bite of the female Anopheles sp. Here in this article, we construct a compartmental epidemic model SIS-SI-B to describe the spread of malaria considering three type of interventions, such as intervention of treatment, fumigation, and biolarvicides. Equilibrium analysis and next-generation matrix approach conducted to find the basic reproduction of the model. This analysis important to be done to understand the long-time behavior of the interventions. Sensitivity analysis of ℛ0 shows that intervention of fumigation is more effective to reduce ℛ0 which means can reduce the number of infected individuals much better rather than treatment intervention. Numerical simulation regarding the autonomous model for some scenarios are given to illustrate possible scenario that might appear in the field.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3685-3694
Number of pages10
JournalInternational Journal of Advanced Science and Technology
Volume29
Issue number7 Special Issue
Publication statusPublished - 14 Apr 2020

Keywords

  • Basic reproduction number
  • Biolarvicides
  • Equilibrium point
  • Fumigation
  • Malaria
  • Treatment

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