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Table 2 Site-level characteristics at baseline and follow-up

From: Findings from the SASA! Study: a cluster randomized controlled trial to assess the impact of a community mobilization intervention to prevent violence against women and reduce HIV risk in Kampala, Uganda

Site-level characteristics Baseline Follow-up
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Number of sites 4 4 4 4
Number of CAs per site two sites with 8 (4 female, 4 male) two sites with 8 (4 female, 4 male) two sites with 8 (4 female, 4 male); two sites with 8 (4 female, 4 male);
two sites with 16 (8 female, 8 male) two sites with 16 (8 female, 8 male) two sites with 16 (8 female, 8 male) two sites with 16 (8 female, 8 male)
Number of households per site (in sampling frame) 1,866 (852 to 2,648) 1,367 (974 to 1,829) 3,190 (1,866 to 4,465) 1,811 (1,444 to 2,526)
% of households with electricity 74 (65 to 80) 79 (67 to 89) 85 (82 to 89) 85 (83 to 86)
% of households where main drinking water source is a public tap 63 (52 to 80) 68 (57 to 80) 65 (42 to 80) 64 (53 to 80)
% of households using traditional pit toilet/latrine 63 (57 to 74) 60 (55 to 64) 57 (49 to 67) 54 (45 to 61)
% of households living in rented accommodation 65 (47 to 79) 71 (59 to 82) 76 (68 to 86) 72 (64 to 82)
% belonging to Baganda Tribe 72 (64 to 77) 65 (35 to 80) 66 (57 to 71) 62 (38 to 78)
% belonging to main religions     
Catholic 36 (29 to 40) 36 (30 to 43) 37 (34 to 38) 36 (31 to 40)
Muslim 25 (21 to 31) 26 (21 to 32) 24 (19 to 29) 22 (16 to 29)
Protestant 23 (17 to 31) 24 (22 to 25) 25 (18 to 29) 26 (25 to 29)
Born Again 13 (10 to 17) 10 (9 to 13) 13 (10 to 16) 13 (10 to 19)
  1. aUnweighted mean of site-level summary data.