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Table 4 Estimated number of infected children and population adjusted prevalence in 2009 and 2014

From: The contribution of malaria control interventions on spatio-temporal changes of parasitaemia risk in Uganda during 2009–2014

Region No. of infected children in 2009 No. of infected children in 2014 Percentage reduction in no. of infected children Population adjusted prevalence in 2009 Population adjusted prevalence in 2014 Population adjusted prevalence difference
(%) % (95% BCI) % (95% BCI) (%)
North-East 212,159 119,871 43.5 37.6 (37.4–37.8) 23.3 (23.1–23.4) 14.3
West Nile 276,237 106,377 61.5 56.8 (56.4–57.2) 25.8 (25.5–26.0) 31.0
Mid-North 332,162 98,846 70.2 52.4 (52.2–52.5) 20.0 (19.8–20.2) 32.4
Mid-Western 269,487 77,027 71.4 39.6 (39.3–39.9) 12.9 (12.7–13.1) 26.7
Mid-Eastern 274,376 79,734 70.9 46.3 (45.6–47.1) 16.8 (16.4–17.2) 29.5
East-Central 375,575 138,191 63.2 64.7 (64.3–65.1) 25.3 (24.8–25.8) 39.4
Central 2 338,097 87,562 74.1 50.1 (49.8–50.3) 14.4 (14.2–14.6) 35.7
Central 1 232,426 58,314 74.9 38.2 (37.8–38.6) 10.6 (10.4–10.8) 27.6
South-Western 148,799 56,819 61.7 22.2 (22.0–22.5) 8.8 (8.6–9.1) 13.4
Kampala 21,060 2895 86.3 5.9 (5.2–6.5) 0.9 (0.8–1.1) 5.0
Overall 2,480,373 825,636 66.7 44.0 (43.9–44.2) 17.7 (17.6–17.7) 26.3