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Table 2 Percent of each intervention delivered at each level of healthcare delivery channels across EAC

From: Effects of scaling up various community-level interventions on child mortality in Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania: a modeling study

Interventionsa Community Outreach Clinic
1. Breastfeeding promotion 40 10 50
2. Complementary feeding 50 0 50
3. Vitamin A supplementation 50 0 50
4. Hand washing with soap 100 0 0
5. Hygienic disposal of children’s stools 100 0 0
6. ITN/IRS 50 50 0
7. Oral rehydration solution 50 0 50
8. Zinc supplementation for diarrhea 50 0 50
9. Oral antibiotics for the treatment of pneumonia 50 0 50
10. Treatment for moderate malnutrition (MAM) 50 0 50
  1. aIncluded interventions that are offered at community at 40% or more
  2. Breastfeeding promotion (exclusive breastfeeding 1-5 months). ITN/IRS insecticide-treated bed nets (ITNs) and indoor residual spraying (IRS); EAC East African Community. Source: Lives Saved Tool