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Table 6 Characteristics of the cross-sectional samples by spray status in 2017 and 2018, Mopeia, Mozambique

From: Incremental impact on malaria incidence following indoor residual spraying in a highly endemic area with high standard ITN access in Mozambique: results from a cluster‐randomized study

  2017    2018   
  Spray Status   p-value Spray Status   p-value
  No IRS IRS   No IRS IRS  
Gender Female 169 / 420 (40.2%) 174 / 397 (43.8%) 0.2986 210 / 407 (51.6%) 186 / 398 (46.7%) 0.1676
Age under 5 232 / 420 (55.2%) 202 / 397 (50.9%) 0.2123 195 / 407 (47.9%) 205 / 398 (51.5%) 0.3076
Distance to nearest HFa 7.1 6.8 0.7702 6.9 7.1 0.8821
ITN ownership 235 / 419 (56.1%) 204 / 397 (51.4%) 0.1783 384 / 407 (94.3%) 379 / 398 (95.2%) 0.5758
Electricity in the household 2 / 420 (0.5%) 19 / 397 (4.8%) 0.0001 2 / 407 (0.5%) 4 / 398 (1.0%) 0.4465
Head of household with any formal education 206 / 419 (49.2%) 203 / 397 (51.1%) 0.574 299 / 407 (73.5%) 292 / 398 (73.4%) 0.975
Head of household farmer 350 / 419 (83.5%) 344 / 397 (86.6%) 0.2119 368 / 407 (90.4%) 348 / 398 (87.4%) 0.1776
  1. a Mean linear distance from village centroid in km. IRS: indoor residual spraying
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