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This paper could be considered as a general overview of current examples of realization, research, in architecture which could be called parasitic. Also, as an outline of possible new perspectives on current issues through the biomimicry design philosophy. The aim was also to clearly articulate the intent of the research I am dealing with while opening up a discourse on the subject.

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Introduction Parasitic diseases caused by intestinal protozoa and helminths are among the most common illnesses and one of the major causes of increased morbidity and mortality among people in developing countries ( Speich et al., 2016 ). It is generally acknowledged that parasitic diseases are the most common among children under the age of five as they are more vulnerable to soil-transmitted helminthic infections than adults. Nutritional disorders caused by the parasites may lead to iron deficiency anemia, malnutrition and they may have a negative impact on

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