Identifying and Mitigating Misuse of Insecticide-Treated Nets for Fishing Toolkit

PMI VectorWorks has put together a toolkit to assist USAID Missions, donors, or implementing partners who think there may be a potential issue with ITN misuse…

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Consensus Statement on Repurposing ITNs: Applications for BCC Messaging and Actions at the Country Level

The RBM Partnership to End Malaria and PMI VectorWorks project put together a consensus statement to guide the malaria community on preventing ITN misuse and…

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VectorWorks at ASTMH 67th Annual Meeting 2018

VectorWorks joined global health and tropical medicine professionals in New Orleans for the 67th American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting, October 28 - November 1,…

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ITN Access and Use

This report presents four indicators related to use of insecticide treated nets (ITNs); individual access to ITN within the household, individual use of ITN the previous…

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Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a School Insecticide-Treated Net Distribution Program in Cross River State, Nigeria

Angela Acosta, Emmanuel Obi, Richmond Ato Selby, Iyam Ugot, Matthew Lynch, Mark Maire, Kassahun Belay, Abidemi Okechukwu, Uwem Inyang, Jessica Kafuko, George Greer, Lilia Gerberg, Megan Fotheringham, Hannah Koenker and Albert Kilian Global Health Science and Practice 2018,  6:1 Three years following…

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Strategies in Urban Distribution of Insecticide-Treated Nets

This report is a follow-up to the Stakeholder Review: Experiences in Long-Lasting Insecticidal Net Urban Distribution Campaigns, prepared by the NetWorks project in 2013. In…

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Incorporating Gender into Insecticide-Treated Net Programming and SBCC

This presentation from the 2018 International Social and Behavior Change Summit by Mr. Eric Filemyr reviews the importance of incorporating gender into malaria programs for…

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Assessment of the Senegal ITN Social Marketing Program

This presentation from the 2018 International Social and Behavior Change Summit by Dr. Bolanle Olapeju assesses the social marketing program used for a private sector ITN…

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Impact of a 15-month multi-channel continuous distribution pilot on ITN ownership and access in Eastern Region, Ghana

Celine Zegers de Beyl, Angela Acosta, April Monroe, Felix Nyanor-Fosu, Joshua Kweku Ofori, Obed Asamoah, Prince Owusu, Sureyya Hornston, Lilia Gerberg, Megan Fotheringham, Albert Kilian,…

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Best Practices and Lessons Learned from the Mass Insecticide-Treated Net Distribution Campaign Pilot – Ghana

The Ghana National Malaria Control Program deployed a point mass distribution pilot in four districts using a mobile application for data collection and distribution of…

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Achieving Progress on Increasing Population Access

This presentation from the Alliance for Malaria Prevention 2018 Annual Meeting, examines three indicators for ITN ownership or possession emphasizing the usefulness of the population…

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Trends in All-Cause Attrition and Their Causes – How Many Nets Are Actually Misused?

This presentation from the Alliance for Malaria Prevention's 2018 Annual Meeting, examines the data from ITN durability monitoring to understand trends in alternative use and…

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ITN Misuse in Malawi: Drivers & Next Steps

This presentation from the Alliance for Malaria Prevention's 2018 Annual Meeting, examines the factors driving misuse of ITNs for fishing, the magnitude of the problem,…

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Durability Monitoring Webinar Dec 2017

VectorWorks hosted a webinar on ITN durability monitoring on December 7, 2017. We covered the overview of the PMI standard approach, an update on a…

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Associations between malaria-related ideational factors and care-seeking behavior for fever among children under five in Mali, Nigeria, and Madagascar

Mai Do , Stella Babalola, Grace Awantang, Michael Toso, Nan Lewicky, and Andrew Tompsett PLoS ONE 2018, 13(1) Malaria remains one of the leading causes…

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