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Table 2 Workloads among n = 422 Women’s Development Army leaders and members, rural Amhara, 2015

From: Volunteers in Ethiopia’s women’s development army are more deprived and distressed than their neighbors: cross-sectional survey data from rural Ethiopia

  1–30 Leaders (n = 73) 1–5 Leaders (n = 142) 1–5 Members (n = 207) P-values
Farm work burden, mean (range) 2.9 (0–4) 3.1 (0–4) 2.8 (0–4) 0.925
Household chore burden, mean (range) 2.8 (1–4) 2.8 (1–4) 2.8 (1–4) 0.648
Childcare burden, mean (range) 1.4 (0–4) 1.9 (0–4) 1.6 (0–4) 0.091
Income-generating work burden, mean (range) 2.3 (0–4) 2.6 (0–4) 2.1 (0–4) 0.073
Health/development-related work, mean (range) 1.9 (0–4) 0.8 (0–4) 0.3 (0–3) 0.000
Composite workload score, mean (range) 11.6 (4–19) 10.7 (3–20) 9.4 (3–19) 0.000