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Table 3 Coverage indicators following universal coverage long-lasting insecticidal net (LLIN) distribution campaign in Sofala Province, Mozambique

From: Evaluation of a universal coverage bed net distribution campaign in four districts in Sofala Province, Mozambique

  % (95% CI)
  1 month after campaign 14 months after campaign
Ownership (campaign LLINs only)   
 Proportion of households with at least one LLIN 98 (97–99) 93 (91–95)
Access (campaign LLINs only)   
 Proportion of households with sufficient LLINs 85 (81–88) 86 (83–89)
 Proportion of households with at least 1 LLIN for every 2 people 67 (64–70) 62 (58–66)
 Proportion of sleeping spaces covered by LLIN 81 (77–85) 81 (75–86)
 Proportion of population with access to LLIN within their household (actual) 85 (81–88) b
 Proportion of population with access to an ITN within their household (estimated) 88 (86–89) 81 (78–84)
Usage (all bed nets)   
 Proportion of sleeping spaces with a hung bed net 61 (56–66) 65 (57–72)
 Proportion of bed nets used ≥4 times a week during wet seasona b 65 (56–74)
 Proportion of bed nets used ≥4 times a week during dry seasona b 60 (52–68)
 Proportion of individuals sleeping under a bed net last night   
  <5 years 94 (91–96) 79 (74–83)
  5–14 years 88 (82–93) 74 (67–80)
  >14 years 88 (82–92) 76 (71–81)
  1. aIn preceding year.
  2. bNot assessed.