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Document Type
MIS Final Reports
Publication Topic(s)
Malaria
Country(s)
Angola
Survey
Angola MIS, 2011
Language
English
Author(s)
Republic of Angola, Ministry of Health, National Directorate of Public Health, National Program for Malaria Control, Luanda, Angola and ICF International, Calverton, Maryland, USA
Publication Date
April 2012
Publication ID
MIS11

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Abstract:

Comprehensive survey results are published in the MIS Final Reports approximately 8-12 months after the completion of fieldwork. Standard reports are approximately 150 pages long and include, but are not limited to, data on ownership and use of mosquito nets, indoor residual spraying for mosquitoes, prompt and effective treatment and the use of diagnostics, intermittent preventive treatment (IPT) for malaria during pregnancy, and basic information on the background characteristics of respondents. MIS surveys can also include testing of anemia and parasitemia.