The ACTwatch Outlet Survey involves quantitative research at the outlet level in ACTwatch countries
(Cambodia, Uganda, Zambia, Nigeria, Benin, Madagascar and the Democratic Republic of Congo). Other
elements of ACTwatch research include Household Surveys led by Population Services International (PSI)
and Supply Chain Research led by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). This
report presents the results of a cross-sectional survey of outlets conducted in Cambodia between June
and August 2011.
The objective of the outlet survey is to monitor levels and trends in the availability, price, and volumes
of antimalarials sold, and providers’ perceptions and knowledge of antimalarial medicines at different
public/not for profit and private sector outlets. Price and availability data on diagnostic testing services
are also collected. This report presents indicators on availability, price, and volumes of antimalarial
medicines sold, as well as availability and price of diagnostic tests in outlets. The study also reports on
provider knowledge of antimalarials and other provider perceptions.