Effect of user preferences on ITN use: a review of literature and data

by Hannah Koenker and Joshua O. Yukich
Malaria Journal, 2017 16:233 – Published: 1 June 2017

18 pp. 1.8 MB
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Insecticide-treated bed nets (ITNs) are the primary tool for vector control, and optimizing ITN use is a key concern of national programmes. Available evidence indicates that bed net users often have preferences for shape, colour, size, and other attributes, but it is unclear whether these preferences are strong enough to have any significant effect on bed net use, and whether countries and donors should invest in more expensive attributes in order to maximize ITN use. The link between bed net attributes, preferences, and use was investigated using a literature review and review of publicly available, nationally representative household surveys from sub-Saharan Africa.

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