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Table 3 Gender dynamics power matrix in the context of nutrition and health status of adolescent who are lactating and pregnant

From: Power dynamics as a determinant of access and utilization of nutrition services by pregnant and lactating adolescent girls in Trans-Mara East Sub-County, Narok County, Kenya

Gender dynamic indicatorsFactor
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Adolescent accepts that members of this community have respect to pregnant/lactating adolescents0.522 
Adolescent accepts that members of this community treat girls and boys equally0.580 
Adolescent accepts that both pregnant/lactating adolescent girls and boys of same age group are given equal opportunity in youth leadership0.687 
Adolescent accepts that both boys and pregnant/lactating adolescent girls of the same age group receive equal opportunity to pursue education0.742 
Adolescent accepts that both boys and pregnant/lactating adolescent girls receive equal opportunity in resource allocation0.497 
Adolescent accepts that cases of gender-based violence against girls who are pregnant or lactating are common in this community. 0.517
Adolescent accepts that pregnant/lactating adolescent girls sometimes receive psychological, emotional and verbal abuse when they visit health facilities 0.557
Overall Variance27.110.7
  1. Table presents data on gender dynamics indicators loaded into two factors with distinct thematic focus accounting for 47.8% of overall gender dynamics. Factor 1 intrinsic capability and Factor 2 extrinsic capability. Cum 0.4 is significant