NIGERIA MALARIA INDICATOR SURVEY (NMIS)
The 2015 NMIS was implemented by NPopC in collaboration with NMEP and the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), with technical assistance from ICF International.
The baseline survey was conducted in 2010, and the 2015 NMIS was a follow-up survey. The primary objectives of the 2015 NMIS were to provide information on malaria indicators and malaria prevalence at the national level and also in each of the 36 states of the country and the Federal Capital Territory. The survey questions asked about household characteristics, respondent’s background, reproduction, pregnancy, intermittent preventive treatment, fever in children, and knowledge of malaria. Haemoglobin was measured and blood was tested for malaria among children age 6-59 months. Children with positive malaria tests were treated with malaria