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Table 2 Access to and use of ITN

From: Gains attained in malaria control coverage within settings earmarked for pre-elimination: malaria indicator and prevalence surveys 2012, Eritrea

  Population (de-facto) People with access to ITN within the household People who slept under an ITN the previous night
Children under 5 years Women aged 15–49 years
N % (95 % CI) % (95 % CI) % (95 % CI)
Residency
 Rural 1750 55 % (53–57) 68 % (65–71) 60 % (57–63)
 Urban 5332 56 % (54–57) 66 % (60–71) 60 % (55–65)
Zoba
 Anseba 2092 66 % (64–68) 74 % (70–79) 71 % (67–75)
 Debub 2024 49 % (46–51) 64 % (58–69) 53 % (48–58)
 Gash Barka 1924 66 % (64–68) 77 % (73–82) 72 % (68–76)
 Semenawi Keih Bahri 1042 21 % (18–23) 32 % (26–39) 25 % (20–31)
 Total 7082 55 % (54–56) 67 % (65–70) 60 % (58–63)
  1. N number, % frequency