SCI coverage surveys [2017]
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By district
Country-level summary
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CountryGeographic areaPraziquantel coverage, from surveyPraziquantel reported coverageAlbendazole or Mebendazole coverage, from surveyAdjustment factor for reported Praziquantel treatmentsNotesSurveyMedian PZQ coverage and rangeMedian ALB coverage and rangeMedian adjustment factor for reported data
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Malawi (2012)Mangochi64%88%33%0.73For reported coverage, "Unclear/joint reporting," i.e. data not broken down into ALB and PZQMalawi (2012)77% (64%-90%)59% (33%-85%)0.89 (0.73-1.05)
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Mulanje90%86%85%1.05"
Côte d'Ivoire (2014)
82% (67%-88%)82% (68%-89%)0.96 (0.86-1.07)
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Malawi (2014)Blantyre77%82%77%0.94Coverage survey data values read off a graphUganda (2014)47% (24%-86%)N/A0.51 (0.35-0.95)
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Chikwawa55%77%55%0.71"Malawi (2014)69% (55%-77%)44% (25%-77%)0.86 (0.71-1.00)
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Dedza67%77%30%0.87"
Mozambique (2015)
81% (73%-89%)N/A0.91 (0.88-0.95)
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Nkhata Bay71%84%38%0.85"Zanzibar (2015)80% (75%-85%)87% (84%-89%)1.00 (0.97-1.03)
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Rumphi65%90%50%0.72"Zambia (2015)93% (89%-94%)N/AN/A
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Salima75%75%25%1.00"Ethiopia (2015)85% (65%-97%)86% (65%-96%)0.92 (0.65-1.62)
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Côte d'Ivoire (2014)Bouake Sud88%84%89%1.05
Madagascar (2016)
92% (85%-100%)92% (82%-100%)1.14 (0.97-2.41)
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Niakara87%81%87%1.07
Mozambique (2016)
89% (47%-100%)N/A0.92 (0.58-1.02)
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Tiassale67%78%68%0.86Malawi (2016)84% (73%-91%)82% (73%-92%)1.04 (0.89-1.38)
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Tiebissou77%90%77%0.86
Côte d'Ivoire (2016)
61% (59%-78%)N/A0.71 (0.66-0.76)
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UgandaBufumbo, Mbale86%91%-0.95Reported coverage is at the district level while survey coverage is at the sub-district levelEthiopia (2016)97% (68%-98%)91% (47%-98%)1.18 (0.98-1.98)
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(SCI-supported districts only)
Bugulumbya, Kamuli24%69%-0.35"Liberia (2017)76% (42%-99%)N/A0.89 (0.49-1.36)
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Butebo, Pallisa46%90%-0.51"
Madagascar (2017)
77% (60%-92%)90% (90%-90%)1.01 (0.84-3.33)
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Kassanda, Mubende42%95%-0.44"Niger (2017)92% (86%-95%)N/A1.48 (0.87-1.63)
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Kyebe, Rakai48%93%-0.51"
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Nyakashashara, Kiruhura49%98%-0.50"Median81.5860.92
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Olok, Pallisa47%90%-0.52"Average80.179.20.96
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Paloga, Lamwo64%73%-0.87"
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Mozambique (2015)Cabo Delgado89%100%-0.89
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Nampula city73%83%-0.88
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Nampula rural79%83%-0.95
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Niassa84%92%-0.91
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Zambezia81%86%-0.94
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Zanzibar (children only reported here)
Pemba85%83%89%1.03
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Unguja75%78%84%0.97
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Zambia (children only reported here)
Chilanga89%---
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Chirundu93%---
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Shibuyunji94%---
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Ethiopia (2015)Melkabelo97%60%96%1.62
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Haromaya65%70%65%0.93
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Harena Buluk95%105%95%0.90
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Wogera70%63%73%1.11
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Raya Kobo
Coverage survey not conducted
70%
Coverage survey not conducted
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" Two districts from Amhara regional stage (Raya Kobo and Efrata Gidim) did not send teams of data collectors for the training due to competing priorities in the districts during the survey period. Subsequently, these districts were excluded from the survey meaning eight districts were surveyed." Pg 5
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Aykel & Chilga82%100%82%0.82
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Efrata Gidim
Coverage survey not conducted
100%
Coverage survey not conducted
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" Two districts from Amhara regional stage (Raya Kobo and Efrata Gidim) did not send teams of data collectors for the training due to competing priorities in the districts during the survey period. Subsequently, these districts were excluded from the survey meaning eight districts were surveyed." Pg 5
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Abeshege94%88%94%1.07
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Wondo genet88%96%88%0.91
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Benta Tsemay83%128%84%0.65
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Madagascar (2016)Antsohihy85%78%82%1.09
Survey coverage and reported coverage rates read from a graph
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Beroroha100%88%100%1.14"
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Mahajanga II94%39%92%2.41"
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Miandrivazo85%88%85%0.97"
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Mitsinjo92%73%92%1.26"
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Mozambique (2016) (districts with Praziquantel treatment only)
Palma74%113%-0.65
Each of these district figures comes from a sample size of just 19 children/caretakers, and the coverage survey itself avoids highlighting these numbers, instead using a decision rule to estimate whether coverage was above 75%, and highlighting the 'Zambezia' and 'total' coverage estimates.
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Larde58%81%-0.71"
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Moma47%81%-0.58"
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Monapo63%94%-0.67"
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Maua95%96%-0.99"
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Mecula84%93%-0.91"
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Inhaussunge 1100%100%-1.00"
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Inhaussunge 2100%100%-1.00"
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Mopeia100%98%-1.02"
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Namarroi95%101%-0.94"
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Zambezia98%99%0.99
A province containing the districts of Inhaussunge, Mopeia, and Namarroi.
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Total71%99%0.72
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Malawi (2016)Chikwawa80%73%80%1.10
Survey coverage and reported coverage rates read from a graph
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Karonga85%95%76%0.89"
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Mchinji73%82%73%0.89"
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Neno87%76%87%1.14"
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Rumphi91%92%92%0.99"
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Salima83%60%83%1.38"
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Côte d'Ivoire (2016)Aboisso59%89%0.66
Survey coverage and reported coverage rates read from a graph
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Bangolo61%N/AN/A"
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Prikro78%102%0.76"
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Ethiopia (2016)AdirkayN/AN/A81%N/A
Survey coverage and reported coverage rates read from a graph
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Adwa Town98%57%98%1.72"
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Aminur80%48%83%1.67"
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DaramaloN/AN/A89%N/A"
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Ebinat98%97%98%1.01"
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Gena BosaN/AN/A94%N/A"
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Itang Special97%99%97%0.98"
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Jida68%63%68%1.08"
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Korem TownN/AN/A92%N/A"
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Motta TownN/AN/A71%N/A"
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North Ari97%49%97%1.98"
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Shashemene RuralN/AN/A47%N/A"
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SodoN/AN/A81%N/A"
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Tach Gayint93%79%93%1.18"
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Liberia (2017)Gharpolu76%85%0.89
Survey coverage and reported coverage rates read from a graph
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Grand Gedeh99%73%1.36"
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Maryland42%85%0.49"
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Madagascar (2017)Ampanihy80%91%0.88
Survey coverage and reported coverage rates read from a graph
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Analalava92%80%90%1.15"
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Ankazobe60%18%3.33"
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Mahabo74%88%0.84"
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Niger (2017)Dosso95.1%109%0.87
Survey coverage and reported coverage rates read from a graph
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Filingué86.1%58%1.48"
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Ouallam91.5%56%1.63"
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