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Table 2 The malaria control landscape in Northern Region from 2015–2017

From: An observational analysis of the impact of indoor residual spraying in Northern, Upper East, and Upper West Regions of Ghana: 2014 through 2017

  2015 2016 2017
IRS LLINs IRS LLINs IRS LLINs
AI Acceptance Rate Structures sprayed   AI Acceptance Rate Structures sprayed   AI Acceptance Rate Structures sprayed  
Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo OP 95% 50,417 Routine OP 96% 50,742 UCC OP 98% 53,760 Routine
East Mamprusi OP 91% 60,283 Routine OP 96% 63,057 UCC OP 95% 69,562 Routine
Kumbungu OP 93% 31,333 Routine OP 94% 31,932 UCC OP 98% 35,934 Routine
Mamprugu-Moagduri OP 91% 18,478 Routine OP 93% 18,767 UCC OP 93% 22,371 Routine
West Mamprusi OP 88% 45,424 Routine OP 88% 46,785 UCC OP 91% 55,429 Routine
Gushiegu None Routine None UCC OP 90% 48,843 Routine
Karaga None Routine None UCC OP 92% 36,976 Routine
Chereponi None Routine None UCC None Routine
Saboba None Routine None UCC None Routine
Savelugu-Nanton None Routine None UCC None Routine
Tolon None Routine None UCC None Routine
  1. Active ingredient OP: organophosphate; Routine: distribution through ANC and EPI visits as well as a modified school distribution; UCC: Universal coverage campaign