why is malaria increasing?

Climate change creates favorable conditions for mosquito proliferation.

Urbanization leads to increased mosquito breeding sites.

Altered rainfall patterns contribute to mosquito population growth.

International travel facilitates the spread of malaria.

Drug-resistant strains of malaria are emerging.

Inadequate mosquito control measures in affected regions.

Limited access to healthcare and proper treatment.

Environmental degradation disrupts natural balance and increases malaria risk.

Lack of public awareness and education about preventive measures.

Insufficient funding and resources for malaria prevention programs.