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Health > Malaria prevention > Use of insecticide-treated bed nets > % of under-5 population: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Use of insecticide-treated bed nets refers to the percentage of children under age five who slept under an insecticide-treated bednet to prevent malaria.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Togo 54% 2005
2 Romania 31% 2003
3 Indonesia 26% 2003
4 Sao Tome and Principe 22.8% 2000
5 Laos 18% 2000
=6 Vietnam 16% 2000
=6 Tanzania 16% 2005
=8 The Gambia 15% 2000
=8 Malawi 15% 2004
10 Senegal 14% 2005
11 Rwanda 13% 2005
12 Comoros 9% 2000
13 East Timor 8.3% 2002
14 Mali 8% 2003
=15 Benin 7% 2001
=15 Zambia 7% 2002
=15 Guinea-Bissau 7% 2000
18 Niger 6% 2000
19 Guyana 5.5% 2002
20 Kenya 5% 2003
=21 Eritrea 4% 2002
=21 Cote d'Ivoire 4% 2004
=21 Guinea 4% 2003
=21 Ghana 4% 2003
=25 Suriname 3% 2000
=25 Namibia 3% 2000
=27 Central African Republic 2% 2000
=27 Sierra Leone 2% 2000
=27 Angola 2% 2001
=27 Mauritania 2% 2004
=27 Burkina Faso 2% 2003
=27 Tajikistan 2% 2000
33 Ethiopia 1.5% 2005
=34 Nigeria 1% 2003
=34 Burundi 1% 2000
=34 Cameroon 1% 2004
=34 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1% 2001
=34 Guatemala 1% 1999
=34 Equatorial Guinea 1% 2000
=34 Azerbaijan 1% 2000
41 Colombia 0.7% 2000
42 Chad 0.6% 2000
43 Somalia 0.3% 1999
44 Madagascar 0.2% 2000

Citation

"Countries Compared by Health > Malaria prevention > Use of insecticide-treated bed nets > % of under-5 population. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Health/Malaria-prevention/Use-of-insecticide--treated-bed-nets/%-of-under--5-population

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