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Table 3 Changes in Well-being indicators in the control and intervention groups

From: Disabled People’s Organisations increase access to services and improve well-being: evidence from a cluster randomized trial in North India

Well-being% of met needs at baselinea (n; 95% CI)% of met need at endlinea (n; 95% CI)
InterventionControlInterventionControl
Confident46% (99, 35.7 to 56.7%)48.5% (72, 33.5 to 63.8%)59.9% (130, 46.6 to 71.8%)45.1% (77, 21.8 to 70.7%)
Respected by community81.4% (191, 66.2 to 90.7%)75.3% (124, 64.6 to 83.5%)84.3% (211, 73.5 to 91.2%)82.8% (153, 69.1 to 91.1%)
Opinion67% (154, 60 to 73.4%)63.1% (104, 55.9 to 69.7%)75.6% (179, 66.4 to 82.9%)62.1% (117, 52.5 to 70.9%)
Able to make friends23.9% (55, 11.4 to 43.5%)18.2% (37, 8 to 36.3%)37.8% (89, 20.3 to 59.1%)32.4% (55, 15.7 to 55.4%)
Living condition75.6% (181, 54.2 to 89%)69% (130, 49.3 to 83.6%)91.1% (237, 81.4 to 96%)82.3% (163, 68.2 to 91%)
Help Others20.1% (41, 7.4 to 44.1%)11.1% (25, 5.5 to 21.4%)34.3% (76, 16.4 to 58.2%)32.4% (52, 10.9 to 65.2%)
  1. aPercentages were weighted by sampling weights i.e. total sample / number of sample in the cluster