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Table 1 Major result themes

From: Perception of malaria risk in a setting of reduced malaria transmission: a qualitative study in Zanzibar

Theme 1 Health care providers and residents believe they are at risk of malaria,but expressed numerous barriers to care for protecting themselves.
Theme 2 Residents believe education is critical in malaria prevention. Mosques, clinics, schools and community meetings provide education. However, residents express the desire for more education.
Theme 3 Residents are aware of decreasing malaria transmission. However, there is fear that people can get malaria, and that malaria rates will rise if preventive measures are not used.
Theme 4 People currently use malaria preventive methods, and perceive that they are useful to prevent malaria.