all weather conditions for a given location over a period of time.
harmful condition of a body part or organ.
the way something is spread out over an area.
weariness or exhaustion.
air containing a large amount of water vapor.
to contaminate with a disease or disease-causing organism.
structures and facilities necessary for the functioning of a society, such as roads.
type of animal that breathes air and has a body divided into three segments, with six legs and usually wings.
chemical substance used to kill insects.
(insecticide-treated net) thin net, treated with insecticide, hung over a bed or other area to repel and kill mosquitoes.
(long-lasting insecticide-treated net) thin net, treated with insecticide lasting up to three years, hung over a bed or other area to kill mosquitoes.
infectious disease caused by a parasite carried by mosquitoes.
drug or other remedy used to treat an illness.
set of eight goals agreed to by all members of the United Nations, concerning improving the quality of life in the developing world.
insect capable of piercing the skin and sucking the blood of animals.
to push through.
long, narrow mouthpart used by many insects for piercing and sucking.
vulnerable or tending to act in a certain way.
to pass along information or communicate.
existing in the tropics, the latitudes between the Tropic of Cancer in the north and the Tropic of Capricorn in the south.
United Nations agency responsible for health.