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Fig. 2 | Malaria Journal

Fig. 2

From: Can ITN distribution policies increase children’s ITN use? A DHS analysis

Fig. 2

Best fit linear regression of ITN use in children under 5, stratified by facility-based distribution policies. Each dot represents one country proportion of ITN use in children under five, in households with at least one ITN. The best fit line produces an equation of y = 12.95x + 45.69 where the increase in net use with each additional policy equals 12.95% (6.81–19.09) and 45.69 (36.34–55.05) represents the estimated proportion of children using an ITN in the category of no continuous distribution policy. Outlier countries have been labelled for convenience

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