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Table 4 Effects of a fixed household allocation of two or three nets with respect to the universal coverage criteria "1 net for 2 people"

From: How many mosquito nets are needed to achieve universal coverage? Recommendations for the quantification and allocation of long-lasting insecticidal nets for mass campaigns

Country Two nets provided per HH Three nets provided per HH
Too many nets Just right Too few nets Too many nets Just right Too few nets
DHS       
Benin 06 20.1 29.2 50.7 49.3 25.8 24.9
Ethiopia 05 14.1 29.5 56.4 43.6 30.8 25.6
Ghana 08 37.0 29.4 33.5 66.5 20.8 12.7
Mali 06 14.0 27.3 58.7 41.3 25.6 33.1
Malawi 04 21.0 26.1 42.9 57.1 26.2 16.7
Nigeria 08 30.7 26.8 42.6 57.4 21.8 20.8
Niger 06 11.2 25.6 63.2 36.8 26.7 36.4
Rwanda 05 17.7 35.0 47.3 52.7 28.8 18.5
Senegal 06 8.8 11.3 79.9 20.1 15.7 64.2
Tanzania 07/08 19.3 29.1 51.6 48.4 26.5 25.1
Uganda 06 20.9 26.0 53.0 47.0 25.9 27.1
Guinea 05 12.5 24.3 63.2 36.8 25.9 37.3
Other surveys       
Mozambique 07 (MIS) 16.0 33.8 50.2 49.8 28.6 21.6
Nigeria Kano 09 19.6 33.1 47.3 52.7 30.3 17.0
Nigeria Anambra 09 23.1 31.5 45.4 54.6 28.3 17.1
Sudan NBeG 09 5.2 17.9 76.9 23.1 43.3 33.6
Uganda Adjumani 07 1.6 29.7 68.7 31.3 36.8 31.9
Uganda Jinja 07 1.7 23.2 75.1 24.9 27.8 47.3
  1. Key:
  2. 2 nets to each HH: Too many (1-2 de jure household members); Just right (3-4 members); Too few (5+ members)
  3. 3 nets to each HH: Too many (1-4 de jure household members); Just right (5-6 members); Too few (7+ members)