Check TN3 for brand of net(s). Go through the above list in order until one box is checked and follow instructions: 1. Long-lasting treated net (brand A or brand B) mentioned? Go to Next Module 2. Pre-treated net (brand C or brand D) mentioned? Go to TN6 3. Other net (brand E, brand F or any other net, or an unknown brand) mentioned? Continue with TN5
When you got the (most recent) net, was it already treated with an insecticide to kill or repel mosquitoes?
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Go through the list in TN3 in order, and stop when you are able to check one of the three boxes in TN4. Follow the instructions below for the first box checked. Only one of the following three boxes should be checked. If a long-lasting treated net (brand A or brand B) was mentioned, check box 1 and skip to the next module. This means that the household has at least one long-lasting net. If either of the pre-treated nets (brand C or brand D) was mentioned, check box 2 and skip to TN6.This means that the household does not have a long-lasting net, but has at least one pre-treated net. If another brand of net (brand E or brand F), any other net, or an unknown brand was mentioned, check box 3 and continue with TN5 to learn more about the net. --- This question is only asked about all nets other than the long-lasting and pre-treated nets. With this question, we try to learn whether the net was actually treated with an insecticide when the household obtained it. Note that the question should refer to the net most recently obtained. If the household has only one net, you do not need to specify (MOST RECENT) when asking the question.
Source of information
Head of household or other responsible household member