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Table 6 Programme impact in Angola, stratified by distance to Namibian border

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

OutcomeFever episode in 2 weeks prior to survey
Sample(1)(2)(3)(4)
< 5 km of the Namibia border5–10 km from the border10–15 km from the border> 15 km from the border
Treated0.368*** (0.217 to 0.624)0.962 (0.342 to 2.704)1.156 (0.691 to 1.934)1.835* (0.976 to 3.450)
Constant0.299*** (0.167 to 0.535)0.203*** (0.101 to 0.407)0.290*** (0.252 to 0.334)0.245*** (0.105 to 0.572)
Observations461439445124
  1. Logistic regression analysis demonstrating treatment effect on child morbidity within 5 km of the Angola–Namibia border (Column 1), between 5 and 10 km of the border (Column 2), between 10 and 15 km of the border (Column 3), and beyond 15 km of the border (Column 4). 95% confidence intervals shown in parentheses are based on Huber’s cluster robust variance estimator. Sample is restricted to Angolan villages receiving treatment between baseline and midline
  2. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1