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Table 2 World Relief Mozambique Vurhonga II project coverage data and mapping to LiST indicators for modelling

From: Comparing estimates of child mortality reduction modelled in LiST with pregnancy history survey data for a community-based NGO project in Mozambique

Project coverage indicator LiST indicator 2000, % (95% CI) 2003, % (95% CI)
Children with diarrhea treated with ORT Children with diarrhea treated with ORT or Recommended Home Fluids 53 (44 – 62) 94 (90 – 98)
Households with latrine Improved excreta disposal (latrine/toilet) 28 (10 – 46) 75 (70 – 80)
Households with children that own an insecticide treated net Households with children that own an insecticide treated net 0 (-) 80 (65 – 85)
Children with fever treated at health facility within 24 hours Children with fever treated with antimalarial 38 (25 – 51) 95 (86 – 100)
Children with fast or difficult breathing treated at health facility within 24 hours Antibiotics for pneumonia 26 (14 – 38) 60 (35 – 85)
Delivery of last child by trained birth attendant (trained in clean delivery, immediate breastfeeding, thermal care) Clean home delivery (LiST also includes delivery of immediate breastfeeding and thermal care in this indicator) 65 (60 – 70) 87 (83 – 91)
Children fully immunized according to national EPI scheme Measles coverage 74 (66 – 82) 89 (84 – 94)
Mothers reporting increased food intake in last pregnancy Coverage of this indicator was entered in LiST as complementary feeding since the project’s nutrition education interventions included nutrition in pregnancy and complementary feeding 44 (38 – 50) 82 (78 – 86)
  1. Data sources: Edward, et. al. [7] Indicator values for children treated for fever, treatment for pneumonia, and ownership of insecticide treated net were re-analyzed to fit LiST definitions more closely. KPC survey done in October 1999 and project activities started in March 2000, so baseline values for LiST modelling were dated to 2000. Final values from KPC done in July 2003. 95% CIs calculated using the Z statistic.