“We are supposed to take care of it”: a qualitative examination of care and repair behaviour of longlasting, insecticide-treated nets in Nasarawa State, NigeriaPublication Date:
Gabrielle C Hunter
The longevity of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN) under field conditions has important implications for malaria vector control. The behaviour of bed net users, including net care and repair, may protect or damage bed nets and impact the physical integrity of nets. However, this behaviour, and the motivating and inhibiting factors, is not well understood.
Published in Malaria Journal
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Citation: Hunter, Gabrielle C., et al.
Country: NigeriaKeywords: Preventive treatment
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