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Table 1 Number of schools and children examined by county among Kenyan school-aged children, 2012–2017

From: Results of a national school-based deworming programme on soil-transmitted helminths infections and schistosomiasis in Kenya: 2012–2017

County Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Baseline Y1 Post-MDA Y2 Pre-MDA Y2 Post-MDA Midterm Y3 Post-MDA Y4 Pre-MDA Y4 Post-MDA Endline Y5 Post-MDA
Bomet 12 (1296) 3 (324) 3 (313) 3 (319) 12 (1298) 3 (313) 3 (316) 3 (323) 12 (1296) 3 (319)
Bungomaa 9 (968) 2 (216) 2 (215) 2 (216) 9 (935) 2 (203) 2 (207) 2 (205) 9 (944) 2 (214)
Busia 18 (1942) 6 (648) 6 (641) 6 (643) 18 (1927) 6 (647) 6 (643) 6 (626) 18 (1916) 6 (637)
Homa Bayb 24 (2590) 6 (642) 6 (646) 6 (634) 24 (2483) 6 (631) 6 (635) c 23 (2458) 6 (628)
Kakamega 20 (2152) 6 (648) 6 (641) 6 (644) 20 (2086) 6 (608) 6 (623) 6 (618) 20 (2108) 6 (637)
Kericho 12 (1292) 3 (324) 3 (312) 3 (279) 12 (1297) 3 (295) 3 (315) 3 (321) 12 (1278) 3 (320)
Kilifi 10 (1080) 3 (316) 3 (324) 3 (324) 10 (1069) 3 (315) 3 (322) 3 (312) 10 (1040) 3 (307)
Kisii 10 (1296) 3 (324) 3 (320) 3 (318) 12 (1265) 3 (317) 3 (320) 3 (323) 12 (1264) 3 (318)
Kisumu 10 (1078) 3 (324) 3 (295) 3 (313) 10 (1032) 3 (323) 3 (323) c 10 (1069) 3 (316)
Kwale 18 (1940) 6 (642) 6 (648) 6 (648) 18 (1884) 6 (563) 6 (643) 6 (621) 18 (1857) 6 (615)
Migori 8 (864) 3 (226) 3 (323) 3 (314) 8 (863) 3 (314) 3 (317) c 8 (834) 3 (312)
Mombasa 8 (852) 3 (313) 3 (324) 3 (324) 8 (844) 3 (311) 3 (278) 3 (289) 8 (850) 3 (315)
Narok 10 (1070) 3 (324) 3 (322) 3 (274) 10 (1062) 3 (311) 3 (323) 3 (324) 10 (1054) 3 (322)
Nyamira 10 (1080) 3 (324) 3 (321) 3 (320) 10 (1073) 3 (313) 3 (301) 3 (322) 10 (1061) 3 (318)
Taita Taveta 10 (1072) 3 (311) 3 (318) 3 (324) 10 (1068) 3 (322) 3 (319) 3 (318) 10 (1058) 3 (277)
Vihiga 8 (860) 3 (324) 3 (319) 3 (320) 8(825) 3 (311) 3 (304) 3 (312) 8 (854) 3 (319)
Total 199 (21,432) 59 (6230) 59 (6282) 59 (6214) 199 (21,011) 59 (6097) 59 (6189) 47 (4914) 198 (20,941) 59 (6174)
  1. aOne school was replaced in Bungoma County during year 1 surveys and was therefore excluded together with the replacement school
  2. bOne school in Homa Bay County was not surveyed during year 5 endline survey since the school had been closed down at the time of that follow-up survey
  3. cSurveys were not conducted during year 4 post-MDA in the three counties of Homa Bay, Kisumu and Migori