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Table 1 Reported rates of household-level cattle ownership, associated ‘cattle availability’ strata (low, intermediate and high) and the proportion of households reporting ownership of bednets, treated and untreated, just prior to the start of this study in 10 study sites

From: The impact of livestock on the abundance, resting behaviour and sporozoite rate of malaria vectors in southern Tanzania

Village Cattle strata Total households surveyed % of cattle ownership % of households with bed nets % of households with treated bed nets
Idunda Low 361 4.71 0.97 0.60
Lupiro Low 403 2.82 0.91 0.43
Mbingu Low 1315 0.08 0.92 0.41
Idete Intermediate 1057 7.38 0.88 0.61
Minepa Intermediate 516 6.59 0.91 0.29
Namawala Intermediate 955 5.45 0.92 0.65
Iragua High 757 11.62 0.88 0.63
Kidugalo High 524 16.79 0.93 0.64
Mkangawalo High 1059 9.73 0.89 0.62
Sagamaganga High 546 11.72 0.95 0.63
  1. Information was collected by the IHI Demographic Surveillance System approximately 6 months before the start of this study (2006).