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Table 2 Indicators of malaria transmission obtained from MIS, [percentage, (95% CI), N]

From: Five years of malaria control in the continental region, Equatorial Guinea

Indicator Year
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Children aged 1–4 with P. falciparum 67.6% 63.1% 58.6% 70.0% 52.2%
(58.0,75.9) (54.2, 71.2) (53.1, 63.9) (63.2, 76.1) (43.5, 60.8)
1770 1334 1717 1664 1602
Children aged 1–4 with anaemia (<8g/dL) 10.1% 7.4% 7.6% 10.5% 7.3%
(7.8,13.0) (5.9,9.3) (6.0,9.4) (8.4,13.0) (5.3,9.9)
1731 1334 1717 1640 1525
Children aged 1–4 reporting fever in the last two weeks 15.0% 14.7% 13.9% 15.7% 5.6%
(12.5,17.8) (12.7,17.1) (12.0,16.2) (12.9,19.0) (4.4,7.1)
1878 1526 1821 1582 1664
Pregnant women with P. falciparum 42.3% 40.6% 25.4% 45.8% 29.9%
(34.2,50.8) (30.3,51.8) (17.3,35.7) (37.5,54.4) (22.4,38.7)
258 64 122 120 177