Protecting all pregnant women and children under five years living in malaria endemic areas in Africa with insecticide treated mosquito nets. Report for the Roll Back Malaria Department

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Webster, J ; Lines, J ; Smith, L (2005)
  • Publisher: WHO
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    mesheuropmc: natural sciences | parasitic diseases
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    2.3. WHOPES Recommendation and Importation of LLINs ................................................................................... 10 4.4 Delivery through ANC and measles campaigns, assuming 100% attendance................................................... 21 4.5 Delivery through ANC, EPI and measles campaigns, assuming 100% attendance .......................................... 21 5.2 A simplistic method for defining cost per ITN delivered .................................................................................... 22 5.3 Cost estimate for 100% of target groups covered within the first year and coverage maintained for 5 years (delivery system unspecified) ....................................................................................................................................... 24 5.4 Cost estimate for delivery through ANC and measles campaigns, assuming 100% attendance ..................... 24 5.5 Cost estimate for delivery through ANC, EPI and measles campaigns, assuming 100% attendance............. 24 6.5 Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) ................................................................................................... 27

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