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Table 2 Key malaria household survey indicators before and after the mass distribution campaign

From: Long-lasting insecticidal net (LLIN) ownership, use and cost of implementation after a mass distribution campaign in Kasaï Occidental Province, Democratic Republic of Congo

Indicators Pre (% CI) Post (% CI) p value
Proportion of households with at least one LLIN 39.4 [32.2–47.0] 91.4 [88.8–93.4] <0.001
Proportion of households with at least one LLIN for every two people 4.1 [2.5–6.5] 41.1 [36.1–46.2] <0.001
Proportion of population with access to an LLIN in their household 22.2 [17.9–27.3] 80.7 [76.8–84.6] <0.001
Proportion of the population that slept under an LLIN the previous night 18.0 [14.5–22.2] 68.3 [62.9–73.3] <0.001
Proportion of children <5 years who slept under an LLIN the previous night 23.8 [18.0–30.6] 73.7 [67.8–78.9] <0.001
Proportion of pregnant women who slept under an LLIN the previous night 20.9 [12.7–32.4] 74.0 [63.9–82.2] <0.001
Proportion of existing LLINs used the previous night 82.2 [75.9–87.2] 66.7 [61.5–71.5] <0.001
Proportion of children <5 years with fever in the last 2 weeks   37.7 [29.5–46.0]  
Proportion of children <5 years with fever in last 2 weeks who had a finger or heel stick   26.1 [20.5–31.6]  
Proportion of children <5 years with fever in the last 2 weeks for whom advice or treatment was sought   31.0 [23.1–38.9]  
Proportion receiving an ACT (or other appropriate treatment), among children under five years old with fever in the last 2 weeks who received any anti-malarial drugs   32.6 [15.7–49.4]  
Proportion of children aged 6–59 months with malaria infection   44.8 [34.7–55.0]  
Proportion of children aged 6–59 months with a hemoglobin measurement of <8 g/dl   14.6 [11.0–18.3]