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Table 3 Detailed financial and economic costs of comprehensive malaria intervention in schools in Sikasso – Mali: Actual intervention

From: Cost analysis of a school-based comprehensive malaria program in primary schools in Sikasso region, Mali

  Actual intervention
Financial cost (in XOF) Financial cost (in USD) Cost profile Economic cost (in XOF) Economic cost (in USD) Cost profile
  By cost category
Start-up costsa
 Human Resources 9,012,403 17,654 33% 11,635,846 22,793 34%
 Materials 1,321,640 2589 5% 1,321,640 2589 4%
 Logistics and transport 20,000 39 0.1% 20,000 39 0.10%
Operational costs (post start-up)
 Human resources 2,264,530 4436 8% 5,288,189 10,359 16%
 Logistics and transport 922,942 1808 3% 1,064,414 2085 3%
 Intervention items
  LLINs 10,848,658 21,251 39% 11,506,037 22,539 34%
  Drugs 3,139,427 6150 11% 3,139,427 6150 9%
  By activity
Planning and management 2,149,871 4211 8% 2,461,362 4822 7%
Developing teaching material 343,203 672 1% 412,424 808 1%
Community sensitization 32,427 64 0.1% 1,368,375 2680 4%
Training 9,416,960 18,447 34% 12,091,183 23,685 36%
Lessons for children 0 - 0% 584,477 1145 2%
LLIN purchase, transport and storage 11,553,856 22,633 42% 12,221,970 23,941 36%
LLIN distribution 367,640 720 1% 800,081 1567 2%
Drugs purchase, transport and storage 3,665,643 7181 13% 3,835,798 7514 11%
Drugs dispensing 0 - 0% 199,883 392 1%
Total 27,529,601 53,927 100% 33,975,552 66,554 100%
  1. aIncludes costs of training (training of trainers and training of teachers) for 8 trainers and 117 teachers in 40 schools