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MARCH Outcome Evaluation

Table 1. Background characteristics of respondents of the baseline (only for Addis Ababa) and outcome evaluation (for both of the sites) surveys,  Addis Ababa and West Hararghe, MARCH outcome survey, May-June 2005.  

Addis Ababa

West Hararghe

Baseline survey

N=803

Outcome survey

N=800

Outcome survey

N=807

Sex

 Male

 Female

Age

  15-19

  20-24

  25-29

  30 +

   Mean age (95% CI)

Education

  Cannot read/write

  Can read/write only

   1-8 grade

    9-12 grade

   12 grade +

Marital status

  Never married

  Currently married

  Divorced/widowed

Religion

 Orthodox Christian

 Muslim

 Others    

41.6

58.4

26.8

41.1

9.2

22.9

25.1[24.6-25.7]

3.2

2.9

23.1

55.7

15.1

67.0

27.0

5.5

88.0

5.2

6.0

43.1

56.9

31.2

36.3

10.0

22.5

24.7[24.1-25.9]

6.7

4.5

27.6

44.3

16.9

62.3

32.1

5.6

85.8

8.5

5.7

49.8

50.2

12.6

14.9

20.5

52.0

29.7[29.1-30.3]

73.5

10.4

13.0

2.5

0.6

12.8

79.8

7.4

8.8

90.5

0.7

5.2. Exposure to the MARCH Intervention

Coverage of the MARCH intervention

The MARCH intervention targeted several thousands individuals both in West Hararghe and Addis Ababa.  Community drama and participation in a discussion group were the two key intervention approaches employed since 2001.  Table 2 presents the number of individuals participated in the MARCH discussion groups during the year preceding the survey. The total number of individuals participated in the discussion group were 4165 and 17777 in Addis Ababa and West Hararghe,

Addis Ababa and West Hararghe

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