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Table 1 Interventions for which coverage is being accelerated, including the indicator definition used in the model and the intervention target coverage

From: Using LiST to model potential reduction in under-five mortality in Burkina Faso

Coverage intervention Indicator definition used in model 2013 Target
Antenatal Care Proportion of live births in the previous 2 years for which the mother attended four or more antenatal care visits during the pregnancy (ANC4+). 80%
Pregnant women protected via intermittent preventive treatment of malaria (IPT) or sleeping under an insecticide-treated bed net (ITN) Proportion of live births in the previous 2 years for which the mother received 2+ doses of SP/Fansidar during pregnancy. 70%
  Proportion of households that own at least one ITN.  
Skilled birth attendance (SBA) Proportion of live births in the previous 2 years attended by a skilled attendant, including doctors, nurses, midwives or auxiliary midwives. 60%
Exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life Proportion of children <1 month receiving only breast milk. 20%
  Proportion of children 1-5 months receiving only breast milk. 20%
Vitamin A Supplementation Proportion of children 6-59 months of age receiving at least 1 dose of vitamin A during the last 6 months. 90%
Insecticide treated bed nets or indoor residual spraying Proportion of households owning at least 1 insecticide treated bed net. 70%
Case management of diarrhea (ORS) Proportion of children with suspected diarrhea treated with oral rehydration solution. 60%
Zinc for treatment of diarrhea Proportion of children 6-59 months of age with suspected diarrhea treated with zinc 60%
Case management of pneumonia (oral antibiotics) Proportion of children with suspected pneumonia treated with appropriate antibiotics. 50%
Case management of malaria (ACTs) Proportion of children treated within 24 hours of the onset of fever in malaria endemic areas with an artemisinin combination therapy. 70%