In our homeopathic animal care discussions, many are using nosodes (homeopathic preparations of the vaccine, or the diseased tissues), most of which have not been proved (tested). While I usually suggest not using nosodes to prevent diseases, in a really endemic situation, my suggestions may be different.
This article from 2008 discusses the side effects expected from the vaccines against malaria that are being developed, the allopathic approach to treating infectious diseases with synthetic derivatives of successful herbs (quinine is made from chinchona bark), then covers the successful homeopathic approach. he treatment of a young boy with very clear modalities shows the benefit of homeopathy in a clear case.
“In Kenya, Abha Light Foundation has been working in the fields of malaria and HIV for 10 years, treating with homeopathy and natural medicines. After observing the ill-effects of the current treatment of malaria in dozens of patients, we developed a protocol of homeopathic medicines for all-round prophylaxis and treatment.”
For treatment and prevention, they have made a combination remedy of several malaria strains and several remedies. This has not been proved. So far they are not seeing negative effects from taking this remedy repeatedly (at a 30c potency). In 2008 they recommended daily for 3 days, then every other week, and think it would work every month as well. It has been used in over 2,000 people with great results. They are also successfully treating malaria with the individual remedy, or a potentized NEEM herb (2x).
Understanding the basic principle of homeopathy and tracking symptoms in a journal allow you to make decisions about treatments yourself rather than just blindly doing what an expert (even me) tell you to do.