Survey ID Number
Assessing Innovations in Malaria Control Service Delivery: Impact Evaluation under India's National Vector Borne Disease Control Program - Endline Survey 2010-2011
Questionnaires were administered to households, village-level malaria service providers, and community leaders.
On the household level, the questions were asked about:
- demographic characteristics of household members;
- use of mosquito nets/indoor residual spraying;
- socio-economic status (caste, religion, perceived wealth, housing conditions, cattle, non-farm microenterprise, farm enterprise, land ownership, crops that the household produced, assets);
- malaria (knowledge about malaria, Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDK), blood test, malaria treatment, malaria prevention during pregnancy, visits to doctors and ASHA, fever, symptoms of illness, preference of service providers, treatment expenses, use of medicine);
- savings, credits and loans;
- height and weight of children under 5 years old, and women 15 to 49 years old;
- hemoglobin level test, RDT, fever measurement for children under 5, and women 15 to 49 years old.
On malaria service providers level, the questions were asked about:
- background and training;
- Malaria Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT) and Artemisinin-based Combination Therapy (ACT) usage;
- services provided (blood tests, treatment, educating people about how to prevent malaria, impregnating/distribution of bed nets, helping with insecticide spray);
- malaria-related knowledge, attitude and practices;
- maintenance of records;
- community involvement in malaria treatment and prevention, use of mosquito nets;
- work load, incentives, and supervision.
To community leaders and activists, the questions were asked about:
- community characteristics (roads, body of water, public transportation, flooding);
- active committees and groups;
- temporary migration of workers to and from the community.