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Table 6 Registration outcomes by delivery and allocation strategy (N = 13,901)

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

Location, delivery, and allocation strategy % of households registered (95 % CI) N Among households registered
% receiving a coupon (95 % CI) % receiving a least one ITN (95 % CI)
Fixed-point delivery, fixed allocation (two or three ITNs per household)
 Kano State, Nigeria 71.0 (61.7–78.8) 691 99.5 (98.3–99.8) 89.4 (82.4–93.8)
 Niger State, Nigeria 57.5 (54.9–68.3) 645 94.9 (90.6–97.3) 88.9 (83.1–93.0)
 Nasarawa State, Nigeria 83.2 (79.2–86.6) 724 66.3 (56.0–75.1) 69.8 (59.9–78.2)
 Ogun State, Nigeria 62.6 (54.3–70.2) 496 96.0 (92.1–98.0) 88.0 (80.3–92.9)
 Anambra State, Nigeria 80.5 (73.8–85.9) 830 96.3 (92.3–98.3) 92.3 (87.5–95.4)
 Sokoto State, Nigeria 67.3 (58.2–75.3) 680 96.4 (93.3–98.1) 91.8 (87.6–94.7)
 Katsina State, Nigeria 80.8 (72.5–87.0) 831 90.2 (81.4–95.1) 90.8 (81.9–95.6)
 Enugu State, Nigeria 81.2 (77.3–84.6) 737 87.8 (84.6–90.4) 91.5 (87.4–94.4)
 Lagos State, Nigeria 63.6 (55.7–70.9) 664 84.1 (78.2–88.7) 79.0 (72.5–84.3)
 South Sudan 92.6 (88.2–95.4) 469 No dataa 93.5 (90.3–95.7)
Fixed-point delivery, universal coverage allocation (one ITN per two persons or one ITN per sleeping space)
 Cross River State (urban), Nigeria 59.3 (52.0–66.3) 152 87.1 (65.2–96.1) 91.2 (86.4–94.3)
 Senegal 93.7 (90.9–95.7) 1367 84.0 (78.5–88.4) 94.8 (92.1–96.7)
 Uganda 92.8 (85.3–96.6) 510 78.2 (72.4–83.1) 96.3 (91.7–98.4)
House-to-house delivery, universal coverage allocation (one ITN per two persons or one ITN per sleeping space)
 Ghana 94.5 (92.4–96.0) 955 n.a. 96.6 (94.2–98.1)
 Cross River State (rural), Nigeria 67.5 (62.9–71.8) 1102 n.a. 95.2 (92.0–97.3)
  1. CI confidence interval, ITN insecticide-treated net
  2. aData on registration outcome were not collected during the evaluation