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Table 3 Programme impact on secondary outcomes

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

Outcome(1)(2)(3)
Under-five child slept under LLITN on the night prior to the surveyHousehold LLITN ownershipKnowledge score (z-score)
Treated0.568*** (0.464 to 0.672)4.357*** (3.761 to 4.953)0.352** (0.0335 to 0.670)
Constant0.144*** (0.0934 to 0.194)0.769*** (0.551 to 0.986)− 0.279*** (− 0.434 to − 0.124)
Observations378820932126
R-squared0.3470.3380.065
  1. Multivariable linear regression results showing average programme impact on LLITN utilization among children under-five (Column 1), household LLITN ownership (Column 2), and malaria knowledge z-scores (Column 3). All models were estimated using Ordinary Least Squares regression models. Although not displayed, all models control for survey-round fixed effects. 95% confidence intervals shown in parentheses are based on Huber’s cluster robust variance estimator
  2. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1