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Global Health Science and Practice 2018, 6:1
Three years following a mass bed net distribution campaign, the addition of school-based distribution to antenatal care (ANC) distribution in Cross River State, Nigeria, increased household ownership of any net to nearly 80%, whereas ownership in the comparison area was below 50%. School distribution was nearly equitable among rich and poor, and very few households obtained nets from both ANC and schools, suggesting complementary reach.
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