Protecting the peri-domestic environment

A series of experiments examining the human behaviour parameters on Haleta village, Ngella Sule Island in Central Province, and Tugunivilli village, New Georgia Island in Western Province was conducted in the Solomon Islands. This work commenced on 10/07/2017 and was completed on 12/08/2017. The data from the entire set of experiments has been archived into one database.

Parameters and details (from attached data description file)

  • Aim: To understand where people are during peak biting
  • Dates: 14 consecutive nights from 10th – 24th July in Haleta village and 30th July – 12th August in Tugunivilli village. 
  • Table: Three tables: Household, Daily and Demographics 
  • Data collection method: Questionnaire and Daily Movement diary
  • Number of households: 8 in each village
  • Collection times: Hourly from 18.00 to 00.00 hours, 4 hourly from 06.00 to 18.00 and 6 hourly from 00.00 to 06.00.

The full methodology is available in the Open Access publication from the Related Publications link below.

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  • Description

    A series of experiments examining the human behaviour parameters on Haleta village, Ngella Sule Island in Central Province, and Tugunivilli village, New Georgia Island in Western Province was conducted in the Solomon Islands. This work commenced on 10/07/2017 and was completed on 12/08/2017. The data from the entire set of experiments has been archived into one database.

    Parameters and details (from attached data description file)

    • Aim: To understand where people are during peak biting
    • Dates: 14 consecutive nights from 10th – 24th July in Haleta village and 30th July – 12th August in Tugunivilli village. 
    • Table: Three tables: Household, Daily and Demographics 
    • Data collection method: Questionnaire and Daily Movement diary
    • Number of households: 8 in each village
    • Collection times: Hourly from 18.00 to 00.00 hours, 4 hourly from 06.00 to 18.00 and 6 hourly from 00.00 to 06.00.

    The full methodology is available in the Open Access publication from the Related Publications link below.

  • Other Descriptors
    • Descriptor

      This dataset consists of a data description and data dictionaries in PDF format and a spreadsheet saved in both MS Excel (.xlsx) and Open Document (.ods) formats.

    • Descriptor type Note
  • Data type dataset
  • Keywords
    • malaria
    • peri-domestic
    • Solomon Islands
    • residual transmission
  • Funding source
  • Research grant(s)/Scheme name(s)
  • Research themes
    Tropical Health, Medicine and Biosecurity
    FoR Codes (*)
    • 1117 - Public Health and Health Services
    SEO Codes
    • 920109 - Infectious Diseases
    • 920401 - Behaviour and Health
    Specify spatial or temporal setting of the data
    Temporal (time) coverage
  • Start Date 2017/07/10
  • End Date 2017/08/12
  • Time Period
    Spatial (location) coverage
  • Locations
    • Solomon Islands
    Data Locations

    Type Location Notes
    Attachment data_final.xlsx Human behaviour data file
    Attachment Data Description Human.docx final_data description file
    Attachment Data_Human_Final.xlsx Human behaviour data file - MS Excel (.xlsx) format
    Attachment Data_Human_Final.ods Human behaviour data files - Open Document (.ods) format
    Attachment Data_Description_Human.pdf Data description (PDF format)
    The Data Manager is: Edgar Pollard
    College or Centre
    Access conditions Open: free access under license
  • Alternative access conditions
  • Data record size 1 MB
  • Related publications
      Name Pollard, Edgar J. M., MacLaren, David, Russell, Tanya L., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2020) Protecting the peri-domestic environment: the challenge for eliminating residual malaria. Scientific Reports, 10. 7018.
    • URL https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-63994-6
    • Notes Open Access
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    Citation Pollard, Edgar (2019): Protecting the peri-domestic environment. James Cook University. https://doi.org/10.25903/5cbe61a46c51f