Malaria prevalence, anemia and baseline intervention coverage prior to mass net distributions in Abia and Plateau States, Nigeria

@inproceedings{Noland2014MalariaPA,
  title={Malaria prevalence, anemia and baseline intervention coverage prior to mass net distributions in Abia and Plateau States, Nigeria},
  author={Gregory S. Noland and Patricia M Graves and Adamu Sallau and Abel Eigege and Emmanuel C Emukah and Amy E. Patterson and Joseph Ajiji and Iheanyichi Okorofor and Oji Uka Oji and Mary Umar and Kal M Alphonsus and James Garba Damen and Jeremiah M. Ngondi and Masayo Ozaki and Elizabeth A Cromwell and Josephine Obiezu and Solomon Eneiramo and Chinyere Okoro and Renn McClintic-Doyle and Olusola Bukola Oresanya and Emmanuel S. Miri and Paul M Emerson and Frank O. Richards},
  booktitle={BMC infectious diseases},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Nigeria suffers the world's largest malaria burden, with approximately 51 million cases and 207,000 deaths annually. As part of the country's aim to reduce by 50% malaria-related morbidity and mortality by 2013, it embarked on mass distribution of free long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs). METHODS Prior to net distribution campaigns in Abia and Plateau States, Nigeria, a modified malaria indicator survey was conducted in September 2010 to determine baseline state-level estimates… CONTINUE READING
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