On the Qualitative behaviour of a human-mosquito model for Malaria with multiple vector control strategies
vector control strategies the malaria disease transmission is reduced to a minimal level in the population. We applied the center manifold theory to show if the model exhibit a phenomenon of subcritical bifurcation if the threshold parameter crosses one. and we further carried out detailed sensitivity analysis of the malaria model to examine the effect of the model parameters on the transmission of the disease and as well on the Reproduction number. We established the effect of the multiple vector control strategies on the dynamical behaviour of the system using numerical simulation to illustrate.
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