publication . Article . 2016

Durability of Olyset campaign nets distributed between 2009 and 2011 in eight districts of Tanzania.

Massue, Dennis J.; Moore, Sarah J.; Mageni, Zawadi D.; Moore, Jason D.; Bradley, John; Pigeon, Olivier; Maziba, Erasto J.; Mandike, Renata; Kramer, Karen; Kisinza, William N.; ...
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016 Journal: volume 15, issue 1issn: 1475-2875, eissn: 1475-2875, Copyright policy
  • Publisher: BMC
Abstract
International audience; Background: Long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) are the first line choice for malaria vector control in sub-Saharan Africa, with most countries adopting universal coverage campaigns. However, there is only limited information on LLIN durability under user conditions. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the durability of Olyset ® LLINs distributed during campaigns between 2009 and 2011 in Tanzania.Methods: A retrospective field survey was conducted in eight districts in Tanzania mainland to assess the durability of Olyset campaign nets. Household questionnaires were used to assess attrition, i.e. net loss. All nets remaining in househ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Tanzania, Attrition, Infectious Diseases, Durability, LLINs, Research, Vector control, Physical integrity, [SDV.SPEE]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Santé publique et épidémiologie, Olyset, Chemical content, Bio-efficacy, Universal coverage campaign, Parasitology
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2. Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), Zanzibar AIDS Commission (ZAC), National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Ofice of the Chief Government Statistician (OCGS), and ICF International 2013. Tanzania HIV/AIDS and malaria indicator survey 2011-12. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: TACAIDS, ZAC, NBS, OCGS, and ICF International. Accessed 02 Feb 2014.

3. Bonner K, Mwita A, McElroy PD, Omari S, Mzava A, Lengeler C, et al. Design, implementation and evaluation of a national campaign to distribute nine million free LLINs to children under five years of age in Tanzania. Malar J. 2011;10:73. [OpenAIRE]

4. Renggli S, Mandike R, Kramer K, Patrick F, Brown NJ, McElroy PD, et al. Design, implementation and evaluation of a national campaign to deliver 18 million free long-lasting insecticidal nets to uncovered sleeping spaces in Tanzania. Malar J. 2013;12:85. [OpenAIRE]

5. WHO. World Malaria Report 2011. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2011. http://www.who.int/malaria/world_malaria_ report_2011/9789241564403_eng.pdf. Accessed 20 Apr 2015.

6. USAID/Tanzania. National Voucher Scheme Evaluation, 2011. Public-private partnership to distribute insecticide-treated bed nets to pregnant women and Infants. http://resources.ghtechproject.net. Accessed 04 Jun 2014.

7. Rose Nathan, Rose Kalage, Angelina Lutambi. Evaluation of school net pilot project in the southern zone draft report. December 2013. Accessed 02 Feb 2015.

8. WHO. WHOPES guidelines for monitoring the durability of long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets under operational conditions. WHO/HTM/ NTD/WHOPES 2011, Geneva: World Health Organization. Accessed 30 Aug 2014.

9. Kilian A, Byamukama W, Pigeon O, Gimnig J, Atieli F, Koekemoer L, et al. Evidence for a useful life of more than three years for a polyester-based long-lasting insecticidal mosquito net in Western Uganda. Malar J. 2011;10:299. [OpenAIRE]

10. Wills AB, Smith SC, Anshebo GY, Graves PM, Endeshaw T, Shargie EB, et al. Physical durability of PermaNet 2.0 long-lasting insecticidal nets over three to 32 months of use in Ethiopia. Malar J. 2013;12:242.

11. Kilian A, Koenker H, Obi E, Selby RA, Fotheringham M, Lynch M. Field durability of the same type of long-lasting insecticidal net varies between regions in Nigeria due to diefrences in household behaviour and living conditions. Malar J. 2015;14:123. [OpenAIRE]

12. WHO. Estimating functional survival of long-lasting insecticidal nets from field data. Vector Control Technical Expert Group Report to MPAC September 2013, Geneva: World Health Organization. http://www.who. int/malaria/mpac/mpac_sep13_vcteg_llin_survival_report.pdf. Accessed 11 Jul 2014.

13. Loll DK, Berthe S, Faye SL, Wone I, Koenker H, Arnold B, et al. User-determined end of net life in Senegal: a qualitative assessment of decisionmaking related to the retirement of expired nets. Malar J. 2013;12:337.

14. Mutuku FM, Khambira M, Bisanzio D, Mungai P, Mwanzo I, Muchiri EM, et al. Physical condition and maintenance of mosquito bed nets in Kwale County, coastal Kenya. Malar J. 2013;12:46. [OpenAIRE]

15. WHO. Report of the thirteenth WHOPES working group meeting; 2009- Review of Olyset LN, Dawaplus 2.0 LN and Tianjin Yorkool LN. Geneva: World Health Organization. http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2009/9789241598712_eng.pdf. Accessed 02 Feb 2015.

38 references, page 1 of 3
Abstract
International audience; Background: Long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) are the first line choice for malaria vector control in sub-Saharan Africa, with most countries adopting universal coverage campaigns. However, there is only limited information on LLIN durability under user conditions. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the durability of Olyset ® LLINs distributed during campaigns between 2009 and 2011 in Tanzania.Methods: A retrospective field survey was conducted in eight districts in Tanzania mainland to assess the durability of Olyset campaign nets. Household questionnaires were used to assess attrition, i.e. net loss. All nets remaining in househ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Tanzania, Attrition, Infectious Diseases, Durability, LLINs, Research, Vector control, Physical integrity, [SDV.SPEE]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Santé publique et épidémiologie, Olyset, Chemical content, Bio-efficacy, Universal coverage campaign, Parasitology
38 references, page 1 of 3

1. Bhatt S, Weiss DJ, Cameron D, Bisanzio D, Mappin B, Dalrymple U, et al. The eefct of malaria control on Plasmodium falciparum in Africa between 2000 and 2015. Nature. 2015;526:207-11.

2. Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), Zanzibar AIDS Commission (ZAC), National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Ofice of the Chief Government Statistician (OCGS), and ICF International 2013. Tanzania HIV/AIDS and malaria indicator survey 2011-12. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: TACAIDS, ZAC, NBS, OCGS, and ICF International. Accessed 02 Feb 2014.

3. Bonner K, Mwita A, McElroy PD, Omari S, Mzava A, Lengeler C, et al. Design, implementation and evaluation of a national campaign to distribute nine million free LLINs to children under five years of age in Tanzania. Malar J. 2011;10:73. [OpenAIRE]

4. Renggli S, Mandike R, Kramer K, Patrick F, Brown NJ, McElroy PD, et al. Design, implementation and evaluation of a national campaign to deliver 18 million free long-lasting insecticidal nets to uncovered sleeping spaces in Tanzania. Malar J. 2013;12:85. [OpenAIRE]

5. WHO. World Malaria Report 2011. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2011. http://www.who.int/malaria/world_malaria_ report_2011/9789241564403_eng.pdf. Accessed 20 Apr 2015.

6. USAID/Tanzania. National Voucher Scheme Evaluation, 2011. Public-private partnership to distribute insecticide-treated bed nets to pregnant women and Infants. http://resources.ghtechproject.net. Accessed 04 Jun 2014.

7. Rose Nathan, Rose Kalage, Angelina Lutambi. Evaluation of school net pilot project in the southern zone draft report. December 2013. Accessed 02 Feb 2015.

8. WHO. WHOPES guidelines for monitoring the durability of long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets under operational conditions. WHO/HTM/ NTD/WHOPES 2011, Geneva: World Health Organization. Accessed 30 Aug 2014.

9. Kilian A, Byamukama W, Pigeon O, Gimnig J, Atieli F, Koekemoer L, et al. Evidence for a useful life of more than three years for a polyester-based long-lasting insecticidal mosquito net in Western Uganda. Malar J. 2011;10:299. [OpenAIRE]

10. Wills AB, Smith SC, Anshebo GY, Graves PM, Endeshaw T, Shargie EB, et al. Physical durability of PermaNet 2.0 long-lasting insecticidal nets over three to 32 months of use in Ethiopia. Malar J. 2013;12:242.

11. Kilian A, Koenker H, Obi E, Selby RA, Fotheringham M, Lynch M. Field durability of the same type of long-lasting insecticidal net varies between regions in Nigeria due to diefrences in household behaviour and living conditions. Malar J. 2015;14:123. [OpenAIRE]

12. WHO. Estimating functional survival of long-lasting insecticidal nets from field data. Vector Control Technical Expert Group Report to MPAC September 2013, Geneva: World Health Organization. http://www.who. int/malaria/mpac/mpac_sep13_vcteg_llin_survival_report.pdf. Accessed 11 Jul 2014.

13. Loll DK, Berthe S, Faye SL, Wone I, Koenker H, Arnold B, et al. User-determined end of net life in Senegal: a qualitative assessment of decisionmaking related to the retirement of expired nets. Malar J. 2013;12:337.

14. Mutuku FM, Khambira M, Bisanzio D, Mungai P, Mwanzo I, Muchiri EM, et al. Physical condition and maintenance of mosquito bed nets in Kwale County, coastal Kenya. Malar J. 2013;12:46. [OpenAIRE]

15. WHO. Report of the thirteenth WHOPES working group meeting; 2009- Review of Olyset LN, Dawaplus 2.0 LN and Tianjin Yorkool LN. Geneva: World Health Organization. http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2009/9789241598712_eng.pdf. Accessed 02 Feb 2015.

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publication . Article . 2016

Durability of Olyset campaign nets distributed between 2009 and 2011 in eight districts of Tanzania.

Massue, Dennis J.; Moore, Sarah J.; Mageni, Zawadi D.; Moore, Jason D.; Bradley, John; Pigeon, Olivier; Maziba, Erasto J.; Mandike, Renata; Kramer, Karen; Kisinza, William N.; ...