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Table 2 Percent of all bed nets in households with children under 5 that were ITNs (including LLINs) by wealth quintile before and after the campaign.*

From: Bed net ownership in Kenya: the impact of 3.4 million free bed nets

  Before campaign, (95% Confidence Interval) After campaign, (95% Confidence Interval) Change (95% Confidence Interval)
Poorest 19.9%, (16.0, 23.9) 59.1%, (53.7, 64.5) 39.2%, (34.2, 44.2)
Second Poorest 21.4%, (17.3, 25.5) 76.2%, (71.5, 80.9) 54.8%, (49.6, 60.0)
Mid Quintile 24.7%, (18.8, 30.7) 62.9%, (55.8, 70.1) 38.2% (31.4, 45.0)
Second Richest 27.6%, (22.6, 32.6) 66.1%, (60.5, 71.6) 38.5%, (33.0, 44.0)
Richest 30.6%, (25.4, 35.9) 56.1%, (50.1, 62.1) 25.5%, (20.5, 30.4)
Total 24.4%, (22.3, 26.6) 64.5%, (62.0, 67.1) 40.1%, (37.6, 42.6)
  1. * Number of Households with CU5s in survey = 1113.