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Ethiopia 2007 MIS Report

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Ethiopia 2007 MIS Report

    [Country] National Malaria Indicator Survey [Year]

    Ministry of Health

    [City, Country]

    [Month,Year]

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    [This document is part of the ? Malaria Indicator Survey ? toolkit, developed by the RBM-MERG, with contributions from the following partners: Center for Disease Control-CDC, Swiss Tropical Institute, Johns Hopkins University, The World Bank, The Global Fund against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, MACRO International, Malaria Consortium, Malaria Control and Evaluation Partnership in Africa (MACEPA) PATH, Malaria in Pregnancy Consortium

    Secretariat, MEASURE Evaluation, WHO,WHO-AFRO,RBM-PS, Tulane University, UNICEF and USAID/PMI. This toolkit also largely benefited from national programmes from countries having conducted MISs.]

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    This report summarizes the findings of the [Year] [Country] National Malaria Indicator Survey carried out between [Dates]. The survey was implemented by the National National

    Malaria Control Program of the Ministry of Health [Country], the Central Statistics Agency/Office, and [Partners].

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Table of Contents

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Acronyms

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Acknowledgments

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Preface

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Executive Summary

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Chapter 1: Introduction

1. Background

2. MIS Objectives

3. Sample design

Sampling frame

    Sample size determination and allocation

4. Questionnaires

5. Personal digital assistants

Geographic positioning system (GPS)

6. Training and pre-testing activities

7. Community sensitization

8. Survey organization, field work, and supportive supervision

Survey organization

Questionnaire administration, specimen collection, and testing

Treatment

Slide examination

Supportive supervision

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Chapter 2: Characteristics of households and women respondents

1. Household characteristics

Table 1. Percent distribution of the household population by five-year age groups, according to gender

    and residence [Country, Year]

     Rural Urban Total Ages Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total

    04 59 1014 1519 2024 2529 3034 3539 4044 4549 5054 5559 6064 6569 7074 7579 80+

     Total

     Percent

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