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Table 1 Study sites, study teams and numbers of villages screened in the eligibility surveys

From: Gaining and sustaining schistosomiasis control: study protocol and baseline data prior to different treatment strategies in five African countries

Type of study Country Region of the country Lead African partner institution Lead Northern partner institution # villages screened # (%) villages that met criteria
Sustaining control Côte d’Ivoire (Sm1) Région des Montagnes and Région du Moyen Cavally Université Félix Houphouët-Boigny; Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute; Basel, Switzerland 263 77 (29.3)
Kenya (Sm1) Kisumu region in western Kenya bordering Lake Victoria Center for Global Health Research, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI); Nairobi, Kenya Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Atlanta, USA 150 75 (50.0)
Niger (Sh1) Dosso and Tillaberi regions in western Niger Réseau International Schistosomoses, Environnement, Aménagement et Lutte (RISEAL-Niger), Niamey, Niger Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI), Imperial College London; London, UK 150 75 (50.0)
Gaining control Kenya (Sm2) Kisumu region in western Kenya bordering Lake Victoria Center for Global Health Research, KEMRI; Nairobi, Kenya CDC; Atlanta, USA 320 150 (46.9)
Mozambique (Sh2) Cabo Delgado province in northern Mozambique Catholic University of Mozambique; Beira, Mozambique SCI, Imperial College London; London, UK 150 150 (100.0)
Niger (Sh2) Dosso and Tillaberi regions in western Niger National NTD Programme, Ministry of Health, Niamey, Niger SCI, Imperial College London; London, UK 248 150 (60.5)
Tanzania (Sm2) Mwanza region bordering Lake Victoria Mwanza Research Center, National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR); Mwanza, Tanzania University of Copenhagen; Copenhagen, Denmark 308 167 (50.9)
Total      1,569 767 (48.3)
  1. Sh1 sustaining control study in S. haematobium moderate endemicity villages, Sh2 gaining control study in S. haematobium high endemicity settings, Sm1 sustaining control study in S. mansoni moderate endemicity villages, Sm2 gaining control study in S. mansoni high endemicity villages