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Table 2 Programme impact on respondent-reported fever among children under-five

From: Malaria control across borders: quasi-experimental evidence from the Trans-Kunene malaria initiative (TKMI)

Outcome
Sample
Fever episode in 2 weeks prior to survey
All children under-fiveAge < 2 yearsAge ≥ 2 yearsMale childrenFemale children
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)
Treated0.464*** (0.294 to 0.731)0.387*** (0.230 to 0.649)0.531** (0.304 to 0.929)0.649 (0.340 to 1.239)0.332*** (0.199 to 0.553)
Constant0.292*** (0.242 to 0.353)0.415*** (0.324 to 0.532)0.243*** (0.193 to 0.305)0.312*** (0.249 to 0.390)0.285*** (0.225 to 0.360)
H0: equal impactaNAp = 0.08p = 0.462
Observations37501049261218981783
  1. Multivariable logistic regression results showing average programme impact on under-five child fever (Column 1), fever episodes among children under 2 years (Column 2), fever episodes among children between 2 and 4 years (Column 3), fever episode among male children (Column 4), and fever episode among female children (Column 5). All models control for survey-round fixed effects
  2. 95% confidence intervals shown in parentheses are based on Huber’s cluster robust variance estimator
  3. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1
  4. ap-values based on a pooled linear model with an interaction term between age and treatment (Columns 2 and 3) and sex and treatment (Columns 4 and 5), respectively