Choice of health providers and health-seeking behaviour among forest goer population in Myanmar: findings from a cross-sectional household survey


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In Myanmar, malaria still poses a significant burden for vulnerable populations particularly forest goers even though impressive progress has been made over the past decade. Limited evidence existed related to forest goers’ health-seeking behaviour and factors that drive decision making for providers’ choice to support national malaria programmes towards elimination. In response to that, this research is conducted to identify who they preferred and what are the factors associated with providers’ choice in malaria febrile illness and Rapid Diagnostic Testing (RDT).


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