The Malaria Behavior Survey is a cross-sectional household survey of malaria-related behaviors and the factors that drive or inhibit them. The survey uses a theory-driven and standardized methodology to produce data to inform malaria social and behavior change interventions.
Learn more about this important research tool on the new Malaria Behavior website, which is available in English, French, and Portuguese. The website contains:
- Malaria Behavior Survey Toolkit—Set of standard survey questionnaires (women, men, household), templates, and tools to guide implementation of the survey
- Country reports and briefs—Malaria Behavior Survey results and survey tools used
- Country questionnaires
- Country datasets