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Table 5 Observed bed net coverage and use (Structured Observation Survey 2013)

From: Re-imagining malaria: heterogeneity of human and mosquito behaviour in relation to residual malaria transmission in Cambodia

  Village Farm Total
  n % n % n %
Observation bed nets       
HH observed not using nets 15 5.2 14 5.4 29 5.3
HH observed using LLIN(s) 187 67.8 176 71.5 363 69.5
HH observed using market nets 118 42.8 84 34.1 202 38.7
HH observed using intact LLIN(s) 138 47.4 112 43.1 250 45.4
HH observed using intact market nets 77 26.5 51 19.6 128 23.2
HH observed using torn LLINs 60 20.6 76 29.2 136 24.7
HH observed using torn market nets 53 18.2 38 14.6 91 16.5
HH observed having intact LLINs ready for use 129 44.3 106 40.8 235 42.6
HH observed having intact market nets ready for use 75 25.8 51 19.6 126 22.9
HH observed having torn LLINs ready for use 57 19.6 74 28.5 131 23.8
HH observed having torn market nets ready for use 53 18.2 37 14.2 90 16.3
Observation evening resting       
HH where children were observed sleeping 102 35.1 143 55.0 245 44.5
- Without net 76 74.5 105 73.4 181 73.9
- With net 26 25.5 38 26.6 64 26.1
HH where adolescents were observed sleeping 31 10.7 30 11.5 61 11.1
- Without net 24 77.4 22 73.3 46 75.4
- With net 7 22.6 8 26.7 15 24.6
HH where adults were observed sleeping 42 14.4 44 16.9 86 15.6
- Without net 30 71.4 36 81.8 66 76.7
- With net 12 28.6 8 18.2 20 23.3
HH where elderly were observed sleeping 26 8.9 18 6.9 44 8.0
- Without net 18 69.2 14 77.8 32 72.7
- With net 8 69.2 4 22.2 12 27.3
HH where somebody was observed sleeping (all age categories combined) 133 45.7 161 61.9 294 53.4
- Without net 107 80.5 130 80.7 237 80.6
- With net 26 19.5 31 19.3 57 19.4