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Table 1 SASA! cluster randomised controlled trial outcomes

From: Cost and cost-effectiveness analysis of a community mobilisation intervention to reduce intimate partner violence in Kampala, Uganda

  Intervention Control Unadjusted risk differencea(90 % CI) Adjusted risk differenceb (90 % CI)
Reduced social acceptance of gender inequality and IPV
Acceptability of physical violence by a man against his partner
 • Male attitudes 136/768 (18 %)± 544/634 (86 %)± −68.2 (−88.0–-48.3) −68.6 (−87.0–-50.3)
 • Female attitudes 191/599 (32 %)± 311/528 (59 %)± −27.5 (−42.6–-12.4) −27.7 (−42.7–-12.6)
Acceptability that a woman can refuse sex
 • Male attitudes 744/768 (97 %)± 474/634 (75 %)± 22.3 (6.4–38.2) 21.9 (7.9–36.0)
 • Female attitudes 542/599 (90 %)± 385/529 (73 %)± 18.1 (8.5–27.7) 19.0 (10.2–27.8)
Decrease in women’s experience of IPV
Past year physical IPV 46/504 (9 %) 93/424 (22 %) −12.8 (−24.6–-0.9) −11.6 (−22.3–-0.9)
Past year sexual IPV 70/504 (14 %) 84/423 (20 %) −5.9 (−15.8–4.0) −6.0 (−15.9–3.9)
Improved response to women experiencing IPV
Appropriate community response to women experiencing IPV in past year 28/102 (27 %) 18/139 (13 %) 14.0 (−6.0–33.9) 15.2 (−4.7–35.1)
Decrease in sexual risk behaviours
Past year concurrent sexual partners among non-polygamous men partnered in past year 139/508 (27 %) 177/397 (45 %) −17.3 (−28.1–-6.5) −19.9 (−28.7–-11.0)
  1. aRisk differences calculated at the cluster-level, all (crude and adjusted) adjusted for community-pair, and weighted according to the number of observations per village
  2. bAdjusted risk differences generated on the basis of expected number of events from a logistic regression model on individual data with independent variables including age, marital status and EA-level summary baseline measure of outcome indicator
  3. ±Baseline measure controlled for: disclosed past year IPV and got helpful response
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