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Table 8 Attitudes of beneficiaries regarding malaria prevention

From: Malaria prevention knowledge, attitudes, and practices in Zambezia Province, Mozambique

Variables N Percentage (%)
I feel that community volunteers are prepared to spread key malaria prevention messages
 Disagree or strongly disagree 86 11.9
 Neutral 76 10.5
 Agree or strongly agree 559 77.5
 Total 721 100.0
Did you receive sufficient information from the activists?
 Disagree or strongly disagree 113 15.7
 Neutral 102 14.1
 Agree or strongly agree 506 70.2
 Total 721 100.0
Most of my neighbours, my community and my family including myself have the ability to recognize the signs and symptoms of malaria
 Disagree or strongly disagree 90 12.5
 Neutral 46 6.4
 Agree or strongly agree 585 81.1
 Total 721 100.0
Worship places (churches and mosques) are where I hear malaria prevention messages
 Disagree or strongly disagree 133 18.4
 Neutral 39 5.4
 Agree or strongly agree 549 76.1
 Total 721 100.0
Community dialogue sessions helped me better understand how to prevent malaria
 Disagree or strongly disagree 65 9.0
 Neutral 86 11.9
 Agree or strongly agree 570 79.1
 Total 721 100.0
Volunteers/activists/teachers play a key role in spreading key messages on malaria prevention
 Disagree or strongly disagree 55 7.6
 Neutral 65 9.0
 Agree or strongly agree 601 83.4
 Total 721 100.0