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Table 2 Characteristics of Transform participants in the Central and Southern regions of the Philippines who joined the program from October 2016 to January 2017

From: The relationship between social capital and self-rated health: a multilevel analysis based on a poverty alleviation program in the Philippines

CharacteristicsBaselineEndline
Sample size (no.)21662166
Number of communities (no.) a4444
Mean age, years (no. (SD))39.80 (13.83)40.38 (14.02)
Sex (no. (%))
 Male169 (7.80)174 (8.03)
 Female1997 (92.20)1992 (91.97)
Marital Status (no. (%))
 Married1507 (70.06)1526 (70.52)
 Live-in433 (20.13)442 (20.43)
 Separated39 (1.81)28 (1.29)
 Widowed124 (5.76)117 (5.41)
 Single48 (2.23)51 (2.36)
Number of people in household (no. (SD))4.61 (1.88)4.73 (1.89)
Highest educational attainment (no. (%))
 None79 (3.65)90 (4.16)
 High school or below1919 (88.60)1909 (88.13)
 College or above168 (7.76)167 (7.71)
Is the respondent in work? (no. (%))
 No1384 (63.90)1331 (61.45)
 Yes782 (36.10)835 (38.55)
Religion (no. (%))
 Roman Catholic954 (48.77)770 (39.90)
 Protestant816 (42.72)946 (49.02)
 Muslim4 (0.20)4 (0.21)
 Iglesia ni Cristo13 (0.66)11 (0.57)
 Other169 (8.64)199 (10.31)
  1. aThe analysis was conducted for the following regional bases where ICM operates: Dumaguete, General Santos, Koronodal, Zamboanga Del Norte and Iloilo
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