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Table 2 Household ITN ownership by ITN distribution policy

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

Facility-based distribution policy Country DHS year # of households surveyed Living children under 5 years % households with at least 1 ITN % households with universal accessa
ANC and EPI Benin 2011 17,422 12, 679 80% (78.7–80.8) 45% (43.4–45.8)
Burkina Faso 2010 14,424 13,716 57% (55.3–58.6) 19% (17.4–19.6)
Burundi 2010 8596 7231 52% (48.8–55.2) 24% (21.2–25.9)
Cote d’Ivoire 2012 9686 7093 67% (64.6–69.8) 32% (29.9–33.5)
DRC 2012 18,171 17,228 70% (67.6–72.2) 25% (23.8–26.9)
Gabon 2012 9755 5747 36% (34.1–38.2) 15% (13.4–15.6)
Kenya 2014 36,430 20,093 59% (57.7–60.2) 35% (33.4–35.6)
Malawi 2010 24,825 18,360 57% (55.5–58.1) 20% (19.0–20.9)
Mali 2012 10,105 9582 84% (83.1–85.6) 42% (40.2–43.5)
Rwanda 2010 12,540 8484 82% (80.1–83.2) 40% (38.7–42.0)
Sierra Leone 2013 12,629 10,618 65% (62.3–66.5) 15% (14.0–16.0)
Tanzania 2010 10,300 7526 64% (62.1–65.5) 23% (21.8–24.3)
Togo 2013 9549 6535 65% (63.6–67.1) 33% (31.3–34.6)
Average 64.5% 28.1%
ANC only Guinea 2012 7109 6424 47% (45.2–49.6) 10% (8.8–10.8)
Liberia 2013 9333 7058 55% (51.6–57.6) 22% (20.4–23.9)
Mozambique 2011 13,919 10,291 52% (49.5–53.3) 23% (21.1–24.1)
Nigeria 2013 38,522 28,596 50% (47.7–51.4) 22% (21.0–23.3)
Uganda 2011 9033 7355 60% (57.7–61.9) 28% (26.1–29.4)
Zambia 2013 15,920 12,714 68% (66.3–69.1) 27% (26.2–28.5)
Average 55.1% 21.9%
No continuous distribution Cameroon 2011 14,214 10,734 18% (17.4–19.2) 5% (4.1–5.0)
Congo 2011 11,632 8857 33% (31.2–35.0) 11% (10.0–12.2)
Ghana 2014 11,835 5595 68% (66.7–70.0) 45% (43.6–46.9)
Namibia 2013 9849 4818 24% (23.0–25.9) 12% (11.0–13.1)
Senegal 2010 7902 11,633 63% (59.8–66.0) 17% (15.7–18.5)
Zimbabwe 2010 10,828 5203 29% (26.1–31.7) 12% (10.7–14.2)
Average 39.3% 17.0%
  1. aProportion of HH with enough nets for all HH members, defined as one net per two people per household