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Table 1 Qualitative sample

From: The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach?: a mixed methods study on causal mechanisms through which cash and in-kind food transfers decreased intimate partner violence

In-depth interviews (IDIs) Focus group discussions (FGDs)
Tulcan IPV trend N (n modality) Participant status N
Increased 10 (4 cash/3 food/3 voucher) Men whose partners received the transfer 9 participants
Decreased 10 (4 cash/4 food/2 voucher) Men who received the transfer 9 participants
Increased (Control) 4 Women beneficiaries 9 participants
Control 5 participants
Total   24 IDIs   4 FGDs (32 participants)
Nueva Loja Increased 10 (4 cash/4 food/2 voucher) Men whose partners received the transfer 5 participants
  Decreased 10 (4 cash/4 food/2 voucher) Men who received the transfer 6 participants
  Increased (Control) 4 Women beneficiaries 6 participants
Control 3 participants
Total   24 IDIs   4 FGDs (20 participants)
TOTAL   48 IDIs (51 hours of audio)   8 FGDs (12 hours of audio)
  1. Note: IPV trend refers to the change over the quantitative baseline and end-line surveys