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The authors greatly appreciate the support offered by Institut Pierre Richet and are especially grateful to Pierre Kouame Kouakou, Mesmin Atsain, Serge Koffi, and Ayebi Hermann Florent Yapo for their assistance in entomological work. The authors also appreciate the field assistance provided by Julien Kouadio Kouacou, Marcelin N?Zue, Magloire Gnamien Kouakou, and Paul Kouame Kouame. The authors acknowledge Dr. Nouhoun Belko, Dr. Nana Kofi Amoah, and other staff from AfricaRice for their help with drones and other field equipment. The authors also acknowledge Dr. Joseph Timothy from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine for providing the methodology behind the offline maps used in the field. The authors acknowledge all the staff involved in the entomological work in the Eave Tube Phase 3 Randomized Control Trial in Ivory Coast (2016?2020). The authors appreciate Maria Bernardez Agrafojo, Anastasia Ioakeimidou, and the Network for the use of drones for malaria vector control (MACONDO) for their technical support. This work was undertaken as part of, and funded by, the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH). This paper has not gone through the standard peer-review procedure of A4NH?s Lead Center, IFPRI. Additional funding was provided by MACONDO, ?International collaborative network for the integration, standardization and assessment of the use of drones in malaria vector control strategies? funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Networking Grants (GCRFNGR4\1140). KMF is supported by a Sir Henry Dale Fellowship jointly funded by the Wellcome Trust and the Royal Society (Grant no. 221963/Z/20/Z).
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