Housing improvements and agricultural development interventions to reduce poverty merit further investigation as multisectoral interventions against malaria.
Continuous LLIN distribution to women attending antenatal care (ANC) and all infants attending the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) services appear to be under-utilized, especially EPI-based distribution. However, quality data from more countries are needed for consistent and reliable programme performance monitoring. A greater focus on routine data collection, monitoring and reporting on LLINs distributed through both ANC and EPI can provide insight into both strengths and weaknesses of continuous distribution, and improve the effectiveness of these delivery channels.
This study assess policy and practice in implementing recommendations regarding continuous distribution of LLINs and to compare the numbers of LLINs available through ANC and EPI services with the numbers of women and children attending these services.