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Table 2 Characteristics of the sample (i.e. partnered people with any SASA! exposure)

From: Examining diffusion to understand the how of SASA!, a violence against women and HIV prevention intervention in Uganda

  Male (N = 571) Female(N = 358)
Household & individual level: n (%) n (%)
 Electricity in home 506 (89%) 297 (83%)
 Water source: outside/public tap 457 (85%) 291 (81%)
 Toilet facility: ventilated/traditional pit latrine 530 (93%) 299 (84%)
 Lives in rented housing 461 (81%) 268 (75%)
Age group mean = 29 mean = 28
 18-24 yrs 161 (28%) 128 (36%)
 25-34 yrs 258 (45%) 171 (48%)
 35-49 yrs 152 (27%) 59 (17%)
Lived in community more than 3 years 462 (81%) 221 (62%)
Religion
 Catholic 208 (36%) 123 (34%)
 Muslim 148 (26%) 86 (24%)
 Protestant 151 (26%) 86 (24%)
 Born again 52 (9%) 58 (16%)
 Other 12 (2%) 5 (1%)
Education
 None/Primary 163 (29%) 123 (34%)
 Some secondary/O level 225 (39%) 162 (45%)
 A level/vocational training/university 183 (32%) 73 (20%)
Able to read 546 (96%) 318 (89%)
Employed 530 (93%) 217 (61%)
Number of children
 None 199 (35%) 60 (17%)
 1-2 207 (36%) 157 (44%)
 3 or more 165 (29%) 141 (39%)
 3 or more 165 (29%) 141 (39%)
Women’s past year physical IPV 32/354 (9%)
Women’s past year sexual IPV 58/354 (16%)
Relationship changed since exposed to SASA! 491/518 (95%) 213/354 (60%)
SASA! Exposure:
Communication materials/poster
 Never* 3 (1%) 17 (5%)
 1 time 94 (17%) 57 (16%)
 A few times (2-4) 301 (53%) 85 (24%)
 Many times (5+) 173 (30%) 199 (56%)
Drama/film (mid media)
 Never* 99 (17%) 121 (34%)
 1 time 177 (31%) 75 (21%)
 A few times (2-4) 198 (35%) 99 (28%)
 Many times (5+) 97 (17%) 63 (18%)
Discussion activity (Interpersonal communication)
 Never* 60 (11%) 110 (31%)
 1 time 179 (31%) 81 (23%)
 A few times (2-4) 237 (42%) 114 (32%)
 Many times (5+) 95 (17%) 53 (15%)
Sought CA advice (Interpersonal communication)
 Never* 354 (62%) 286 (80%)
 1 time 125 (22%) 20 (6%)
 A few times (2-4) 60 (11%) 36 (10%)
 Many times (5+) 32 (6%) 16 (4%)
Multi-channel exposure vs. mass media only (exposure to materials plus activities and/or films)
 None* 1 (%) 2 (1%)
 Mass media only 28 (5%) 80 (22%)
 Low multi-channel exposure 283 (50%) 138 (39%)
 High multi-channel exposure 259 (45%) 138 (39%)
  1. *Given the sample, 'never' category here indicates participants with some SASA! exposure, but no exposure to the specified channel