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Malaria Prevalence in Forest and Nonforest Areas of Kokrajhar District of Assam

Table 5

Epidemiologic situation of malaria in forest area, nonforest area and whole district during the period 2001–2010.

Name of AreaYearPopulationBSEPOSPVPFABERSPRPF%API

Forest area (Kachugaon BPHC)2001171,2789859115213410185.7611.6888.376.73
2002180,47111885247852919496.5920.8578.6513.73
2003174,276905311172139045.1912.3480.936.41
2004175,42211639150313313706.6312.9191.158.57
2005177,61515600304946325868.7819.5484.8117.17
2006181,1002226137511220253112.2916.8567.4820.71
2007189,218119352516128212346.3121.0849.0513.30
2008193,225257082220922129813.308.6458.4711.49
2009204,840307502889966192315.019.4066.5614.10
2010204850485052809730207923.685.7974.0113.71

Nonforest area (mean of Gossaigaon, Dotma, and Balajan BPHCs)2001360,76643,3512,3024461,85612.025.3180.636.38
2002366,57940,7823,5288512,67711.138.6575.879.62
2003207,14619,0381,2412759669.196.5277.855.99
2004214,28617,3389662676988.095.5772.324.51
2005217,72318,4809722027708.495.2679.214.46
2006225,02529,8201,6563131,34313.255.5581.087.36
2007228,28222,5849341048309.894.1388.904.09
2008230,73021,316789936969.243.7088.183.42
2009215,85628,54099811588313.223.5088.514.62
2010221,37446,85096118877421.162.0580.484.34

Whole district20011,253,57613991280591472658711.165.7681.736.43
20021,280,208134231130623083997910.499.7376.4010.20
2003795,715661684841103838038.327.3278.566.08
2004818,27963654440093534657.786.9178.755.38
2005830,785710405964106948958.558.4082.087.18
2006856,17511172087192160655913.057.8075.2310.18
2007874,063796885317159337249.126.6770.046.08
2008885,4168965645881202338610.135.1273.805.18
2009852,40911637058831310457313.655.0677.736.90
2010868,973189,0565,69312934,40021.763.0177.296.55

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