Hammock net (LLIHM), impregnated or dip
Forest goers have been provided with hammock nets procured from approved sources but target population seems to prefer using local market nets which are 'stronger' (or look better designed) or are more effectively promoted by other donors and marketed. The (WHOPES) hammock nets costing between 11-15 USD are said to last at most 1 year, so any long lasting insecticide effect goes wasted anyway because the hammock will be torn or damaged and not used. But no word on effectiveness of local marketed hammock nets (with dipping at best?). Before substantial money is spent on impregnated LLIHMs, can anyone provide a good technical specification for an insecticide treated hammock+net and share experiences with outdoor use of hammock nets?