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Table 1 Interviewees’ role, location and gender

From: Street-level diplomacy and local enforcement for meat safety in northern Tanzania: knowledge, pragmatism and trust

  Respondent roles Moshi rural district (rural, peri-urban) Moshi municipality (urban) Regional
Frontline technical staff Livestock Field Officers (LFOs/LEOs) 5 (M = 4, F = 1) 5 (M = 3, F = 2) -
Public Health Officers (HOs) 4a (M = 1, F = 3) 5b (M = 1, F = 4) -
Health & Environment Committee volunteers 5 (M = 2, F = 3) 5 (M = 2, F = 3) -
Clinic-based human medical workers 5 (M = 1, F = 4) 4a (M = 2, F = 2) -
Subtotal 19 (M = 8, F = 11) 19 (M = 8, F = 11) -
Administrative & elected officials Ward Executive Officers 5 (M = 4, F = 1) 5b (M = 3, F = 2) -
Elected ward-level officials 5 (M = 5) 3a (M = 3) -
High-ranking municipal official - 1 (M = 1) -
District-level veterinary operatives - 3 (M = 3) -
Regional-level animal health operatives - - 2 (M = 2)
Subtotal 10 (M = 9, F = 1) 12 (M = 10, F = 2) 2 (M = 2)
  Total respondents 61 (M = 36, F = 25)
  1. M Male, F Female
  2. aIndicates that one or more wards either did not have an individual in post at the time, or he/she was not available for interview
  3. bOne respondent held the position of both Ward Executive Officer and HO for his ward
  4. The subtotals are presented in bold