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Table 3 The malaria control landscape in Upper East Region from 2014–2017

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

  2014 2015 2016 2017
IRS LLINs IRS LLINs IRS LLINs SMC IRS LLINs SMC  
AI Acceptance Rate (%) Structures sprayed   AI   AI   Coverage Rounds AI Acceptance Rate Structures sprayed   Coverage (%) Rounds
Builsa North OP 91.7a Routine None Routine None UCC 80.7b 2 OP 96.9% 40,791 Routine 83.5 4
Builsa South OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 71.3 2 OP 95.6% 23,114 Routine 96.8 4
Kasena-Nankana West OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 75.0 2 OP 95.8% 63,210 Routine 87.0 4
Bawku OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 89.0 2 None Routine 99.1 4
Bawku West OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 88.4 2 None Routine 98.3 4
Binduri OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 87.5 2 None Routine 99.3 4
Bolgatanga OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 90.4 2 None Routine 92.7 4
Bongo OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 92.6 2 None Routine 94.6 4
Garu-Tempane OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 92.9 2 None Routine 98.4 4
Kasena-Nankana OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 76.0 2 None Routine 91.8 4
Nabdam OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 105.8 2 None Routine 113.5 4
Pusiga OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 90.2 2 None Routine 100.8 4
Talensi OP 91.7 Routine None Routine None UCC 84.6 2 None Routine 91.6 4
  1. Active ingredient OP: organophosphate; Routine: distribution through ANC and EPI visits as well as a modified school distribution; UCC: Universal coverage campaign
  2. aOnly aggregate data for the entire region was reported in 2014
  3. bAverage coverage across all rounds for the year