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Table 4 Knowledge of first-line malaria treatment among respondents from private for-profit outlets with anti-malarials in stock on the day of the survey at baseline (2010) and endline (2011)

From: Communicating the AMFm message: exploring the effect of communication and training interventions on private for-profit provider awareness and knowledge related to a multi-country anti-malarial subsidy intervention

Country Baseline (%) Endline (%) Percentage point change (95% confidence interval)
Ghana 73.2 83.3 10.1 (3.1-17.3)
Kenya 44.9 66.1 21.2 (11.5-30.8)
Tanzania mainland 85.6 95.7 10.1 (4.0-16.1)
Zanzibar 77.2 92.1 14.9
Nigeria 14.3 51.2 36.9 (28.7-45.2)
Niger 11.1 27.2 16.1 (11.0-21.2)
Madagascar 12.5 19.4 6.9 (0.9-12.7)
Uganda 74.0 74.8 0.8 (−5.6-7.1)
  1. No confidence interval is shown for Zanzibar as a full census was carried out. Settings are roughly ordered by intensity of communication campaign and training intervention implementation (see Table 3).