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Table 5 Sensitivity analysis results for LiST modelling

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

Change in parameter modeled in LiST Change in estimated decline in U5MR Change in estimated decline in IMR
ITN coverage change raised 10% Increase < 0.1% Increase < 0.1%
ITN coverage change lowered 10% Decrease < 0.1% Decrease < 0.1%
ITN effect size raised 10% Increase < 0.1% Increase < 0.1%
ITN effect size lowered 10% Decrease 0.6% Decrease 1.0%
Baseline U5MR raised 10% Increase 1.1% Increase 0.6%
Baseline U5MR lowered 10% Decrease 1.9% Increase 0.6%
Proportion of diarrhea deaths raised 10% Increase 1.3% Increase 1.0%
Proportion of diarrhea deaths lowered 10% Decrease 1.9% Decrease 1.9%
All age-specific coverage changes among 24-59 month olds reduced to half that measured in the KPC surveys for 0-23 month olds Decrease 4.8% N/A