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Table 6 Quantitative data sources used to assess implementation of the Strong Families programme, process evaluation components, indicators [38] and performance results

From: Strong families: a new family skills training programme for challenged and humanitarian settings: a single-arm intervention tested in Afghanistan

Process evaluation componentData sourceIndicatorCaregiverChildFamilyTotal
Pre-sessionSession 1Session 2Session 1Session 2Session 1Session 2
Dose deliveredCoordinatorNumber of sessions delivered66666666
FidelityObserverPercentage of activities reported as covered91%88%77%93%93%83%93%88%
 FacilitatorPercentage of activities reported as fully/mostly covered as 3/4 (on scale of 1 [not/hardly] to 4 [fully])100%100%100%94%100%100%100%99%
 ObserverPercentage of programmes with ≥2 facilitators at every session100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%
 ObserverPercentage of programmes with ≥1 of the same facilitators at every session100%100%100%100%
 ObserverPercentage of programmes with > 4 and < 13 families a100%a100%a100%a100%a100%a100%a100%a100%a
Dose receivedFacilitatorPercentage of activities reporting interest of: young people; and parents/carers as 3/4 (on scale of 1 [low] to 4 [high])100%100%100%100%100%100%100%100%
ReachObserverPercentage of families attending all 3 sessions99%99%98%99%
InputsObserverPercentage of sheets with good or very good evaluation of quality of childcare and travel arrangements100%100%100%100%50%100%100%93%
 ObserverPercentage of sheets with positive evaluation of (area of) refreshments93%100%83%83%100%88%100%92%
 ObserverPercentage of sheets with positive evaluation of room/materials/equipment85%100%67%100%60%100%80%85%
  1. a all session actually had between 11 and 12 families as instructed