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Table 1 Characteristics of mass distribution campaigns

From: Multi-country comparison of delivery strategies for mass campaigns to achieve universal coverage with insecticide-treated nets: what works best?

Campaign and year Geographic coverage Distribution strategy Delivery strategy Allocation strategy Sample size target/achieved Months between campaign and data collectiona
Senegal, 2010–2011 Six regionsb in two phases Stand-alone Fixed point UC (sleeping space) 1560/1540 3–12
Ghana, 2011–2012 Eastern region Stand-alone House-to-house UC (sleeping space) 1020/1016 6
Kano State, Nigeria, 2009 Kano State in two waves Stand-alone Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/987 3–5
Niger State, Nigeria, 2009 Niger State Stand-alone Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/1001 6
Nasarawa State, Nigeria, 2010 Nasarawa State Stand-alone Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/1015 11
Ogun State, Nigeria, 2009 Ogun State Stand-alone Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/952 7
Anambra State, Nigeria, 2009 Anambra State Stand-alone Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/1012 4
Sokoto State, Nigeria, 2009 Sokoto State Integrated with child health activities Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/1008 6
Katsina State, Nigeria, 2010 Katsina State Integrated with child health activities Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/1017 6
Enugu State, Nigeria, 2011 Enugu State Stand-alone Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/1020 13
Lagos State, Nigeria, 2011 Lagos State Stand-alone Fixed point Fixed (two ITNs per household) 1020/1020 8–9
Cross River State, Nigeria, 2011–2012 Cross River State in two waves plus urban (Calabar) Stand-alone Rural: House-to-house
Urban: Fixed point
UC (top up by people) 1275/1254 4–16
South Sudan, 2008–2009 Northern Bahr-el Ghazal Statec Stand-alone Fixed point Fixed (by household size, maximum three ITNs) 510/510 6–10
Uganda, 2009–2010 Four districts in Western regiond Stand-alone Fixed point UC (sleeping space/people)e 600/549 5–9
  1. ITN insecticide-treated net, UC universal coverage
  2. aRanges of time indicate single surveys that measured multiple phases of the same campaign
  3. bKaolack, Kaffrine, Sedhiou, Tambacounda, Kolda, Kedougou
  4. cCounties: Aweil North, Aweil West, Aweil Centre
  5. dBuliisa, Hoima, Kyankwanzi, Kiboga
  6. eDepending on administrative district