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Scientists suggest that the SMS can control malaria in Africa. Dejan Zurovac along with this colleagues of the Kenya Medical Research Institute's Wellcome Trust Research Program explained the six areas in which the text messaging can be used to improve the delivery of the health services and also on the outcomes of malaria in Africa.
This includes three areas that transmit the information from the boundary of the health system to the malaria control managers and three others transmitting the information to support the management of the malaria patients.
The SMS has widespread usage and is the least expensive functionality of the mobile phones that will offer a better solution that can quickly overcome the weaknesses in the communication thereby leading to the improvement of the health services resulting in better health outcomes, claims the researchers.