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Table 3 Private provider and patient interviews

From: Assessing the role of the private sector in surveillance for malaria elimination in Haiti and the Dominican Republic: a qualitative study

Study siteFemaleMaleTotal
Haiti
 Providers (All Haiti Sites)19 (66%)10 (34%)29
 Patients (All Haiti Sites)19 (54%)16 (46%)35
 Artibonite department
  Providers6 (60%)4 (40%)10
  For-profit clinic provider1  
  Houngan 3 
  Mambo1  
  Matrone1  
  Nonprofit health centre provider1  
  Pharmacy staff11 
  Shop owner1  
  Patients5 (42%)7 (58%)12
 Grande’anse department
  Providers6 (75%)2 (25%)8
  For-profit clinic provider1  
  Houngan 1 
  Itinerant drug vendor1  
  Mambo3  
  Pharmacy1  
  Patients5 (50%)5 (50%)10
 Nord/Nord-Est departments
  Providers7 (64%)4 (36%)11
  For-profit clinic provider1  
  Houngan 2 
  Itinerant drug vendor1  
  Mambo4  
  Matrone1  
  Pharmacy staff 1 
  Shop owner 1 
  Patients9 (69%)4 (31%)13
 Dominican Republic
  Providers (All Dr Sites)15 (45%)18 (55%)33
  Patients (All Dr Sites)15 (54%)13 (46%)28
 Dajabon Province
  Providers3 (27%)8 (73%)11
  Curandero (traditional healer) 3 
  For-profit clinic provider11 
  Pharmacy staff12 
  Shop owner12 
  Patients5 (63%)3 (37%)8
  Dominican53 
 Monte Cristi Province
  Providers6 (60%)4 (40%)10
  Curandero (traditional healer)12 
  For-profit clinic provider2  
  Pharmacy staff11 
  Shop owner21 
  Patients4 (50%)4 (50%)8
  Dominican32 
  Haitian12 
 Pedernales Province
  Providers6 (50%)6 (50%)12
  Curandero (traditional healer)11 
  For-profit clinic provider1  
  Natural medicine clinic provider1  
  Pharmacy staff 1 
  Shop owner34 
  Patients6 (50%)6 (50%)12
  Dominican34 
  Haitian32 
Total
  Providers34 (55%)28 (45%)62
  Patients34 (54%)29 (46%)63
  1. All private providers and patients were 18 years of age or older