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Table 4 Association between village-level coverage in March 2012 and awareness of or participation in mobilisation activities in the 50 intervention villages

From: Promoting latrine construction and use in rural villages practicing open defecation: process evaluation in connection with a randomised controlled trial in Orissa, India

  Regression coefficient* 95%CI p-value*
Household awareness (n = 408)    
Heard about sanitation campaign 0.203 (−0.306; 0.712) 0.43
Heard or participated in transect walk/mapping exercise 0.637 (−0.104; 1.379) 0.09
Heard or participated in wealth ranking exercise 1.530 (−2.261; 5.321) 0.42
Heard of village water and sanitation committee 0.181 (−0.660; 0.428) 0.15
Heard of adolescent girls groups or kumari committees 0.233 (−0.051; 0.518) 0.11
Heard or seen school children rally 0.230 (−0.025; 0.482) 0.07
Seen wall paintings 0.171 (0.001; 0.341) 0.05
Village motivator visited their house in the past month 0.216 (−0.000; 0.431) 0.05
VWSC members awareness (n = 170)    
VWSC members attended NGO training 0.001 (−0.181; 0.183) 0.99
≥ 5 VWSC meetings held since the start of the programme 0.178 (0.010; 0.346) 0.04
VWSC attended the last VWSC meeting 0.060 (−0.164; 0.284) 0.59
VWSC member ever conducted household visits 0.025 (−0.205; 0.254) 0.83
VWSC member conducted ≥ 5 household visits 0.058 (−0.156; 0.272) 0.59
  1. *Regression coefficients express increase in latrine coverage in percent with every additional percent increase in awareness of or participation in activities among respondents in a village and among VWSC members.