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Table 2 Sample size and characteristics of respondents, Afghanistan and Nigeria

From: Conflict, community, and collaboration: shared implementation barriers and strategies in two polio endemic countries

  Afghanistan Nigeria
Survey (n = 513) KIIs (n = 28) Survey (n = 921) KIIs (n = 29)
Highest level of respondent’s involvement in polio eradication
 National 74 8 162 10
 Subnational 386 13 662 13
 Frontline 52 7 90 6
Missing 7
Organizational Affiliation(s)
 GPEI partnersa 190 3 552 7
 Government 173 16 671 2
 NGOs / implementing organizations 243 8 248 20
 Research/academic orgs 3 10
 Other 1
  1. Abbreviations: GPEI Global Polio Eradication Initiative, KIIs Key Informant Interviews, NGOs Non-government Organizations
  2. aGPEI partners include the World Health Organization (WHO), Rotarty International, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation