Cost and cost effectiveness of long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets - A model-based analysis

Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation, 04/05/2012

The results support the World Health Organization recommendation to distribute only LLINs, while giving guidance on the price thresholds above which this recommendation will no longer hold. Programme planners should be willing to pay a premium for nets which have a longer physical lifespan, and if planners are willing to pay USD 1600 per under–5 death averted, investing in replenishment is cost effective.

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