Household enumeration activities are coordinated by the NMCC and conducted annually in an increasing number of districts to support quantification of malaria control activities at the local level. Data is collected using handheld computers called PDAs (personal digital assistants) and transferred to a geographic information system (GIS) for reporting, analysis, and the generation of maps. Enumerations help inform planning, budgeting, and monitoring of district-level malaria control activities.
Zambia’s latest household enumeration reports are available below, with data and maps about net distribution, indoor residual spraying, health care worker visits and more. To download an enumeration report, click on a district on the interactive map.
For an annual summary report of the NMCC's national
enumeration activities, click here.
Zambia is divided into 72 districts, shown above.