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Skip to 0 minutes and 13 seconds SPEAKER: A huge well done for completing the quiz and your first week of the course. Now in this week, you’ve been introduced to the concept of vector control from a global perspective. Hopefully, you’ll have gained a big picture overview of the history and current state of vector control, as well as address the need for this course and its content. Now that we’ve covered the rationale for vector control and how to implement successful vector control based on lessons learned, we can move on to discussing what’s needed to continue effective vector control in the future.

Summary of Week 1

Now you have completed the quiz, and have reached the end of Week 1 of The Global Challenge of Vector Borne Diseases and How to Control Them. In this video, Professor James Logan summarizes the key points that you have learnt this week. We hope you have enjoyed this first week, and look forward to engaging in discussion with you all.

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The Global Challenge of Vector Borne Diseases and How to Control Them

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