Table3: Malaria health education intervention for household members.

Study Ahmed, et al. 2011 [12]
Location Thirteen malaria-endemic districts in Bangladesh
Participants 3,760 households and another 7,895 households (household must have at least one under 5 child and/or a pregnant women)


a. Malaria health education intervention, and

b. Long-lasting insecticidal nets


Information on:

a. Malaria and its transmission

b. Norms of use of insecticidal bed nets (e.g., when to hang the net, where and how to wash and dry the net, and how many washes in a year etc.)

c. Diagnosis (by rapid diagnostic test) and prompt treatment of malaria following an algorithm


a. Each community health worker (CHW) visits 10 households in a day to give health education on malaria

b. Distribution of long lasting insecticidal nets to poor households by the CHWs

Guiding theory None
Control : No control group
Contents -
Methods -
Duration -
Guiding theory -

Dependent variables:

a. Knowledge of malaria and insecticidal bed nets

b. Insecticidal net ownership

c. Insecticidal net use

Follow-up duration 2 years
Summary of results:
Percentage of pregnant women who slept under an LLIN/ITN
South-eastern districts North-eastern-districts
% change = 6.8 % change = 6.6