Future malaria prevention efforts will need to promote consistent use of LLINs and address any remaining disparities in insecticide-treated bed net (ITN) use.
children under five years
The first phase of the campaign led to substantial increases in both LLIN ownership and equitable use among children <five years in the Central region.
This study provides important insight into the economic burden of malaria in SSA that may assist policy makers when designing future malaria control interventions.
The value of work time and the foregone income of CMDs in CCMm are high and yet there are no regular and sustainable incentives provided for them.