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DHS in the News

Journalists worldwide write about The DHS Program results. The dissemination of DHS, SPA and HIV data is often widely covered by media in survey countries, but journalists also use The DHS Program data throughout the year as background information for their stories, or to compare health and development indicators across countries. These data are also used by journalists in the United States and other developed countries, as it is considered the gold standard of population, health and nutrition data. Below are some examples of recent news coverage. Please note: The links below are to websites outside The DHS Program.

Apr 06, 2016
Kenya winning war against malaria - Report
Shamsa Abdulkadir
CITIZEN DIGITAL (Nairobi, Kenya)

"Kenya is making progress in the war against Malaria, according to the 2015 Kenya Malaria Indicator Survey that was released on Tuesday by the Ministry of Health..."

Apr 06, 2016
We must fight malaria

"A 2015 Kenya Malaria Indicator Survey report shows a significant drop in malaria cases in the country..."

Apr 06, 2016
Visa vya ugonjwa wa Malaria vyapungua Kenya
BBC SWAHILI (London, England)

"Ripoti mpya ya Afya nchini Kenya inaonyesha kupungua kwa idadi ya watu wanaoambukizwa ugonjwa wa Malaria kwa kipindi cha miaka sita iliyopita..."

Apr 06, 2016
Kenya winning war against malaria - survey
Joseph Muraya
CAPITAL NEWS (Nairobi, Kenya)

"A new survey by Kenya Malaria Indicator Survey (KMIS) shows that the country has made major strides in the war against malaria.The prevalence of malaria according to the Survey has dropped from 11 percent in 2010 to eight percent in 2015, gains attributed to high number of Kenyans owning a mosquito net..."

Apr 06, 2016
Malaria cases have reduced since 2010 - Report
Dickens Luvanda
HIVISASA (Uasin Gishu, Kenya)

"...According to the 2015 Kenya Malaria Indicator Survey report launched on Tuesday by the Ministry of Health, the reduction can be attributed to many Kenyans sleeping under treated mosquito nets..."