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Table 4 EQUIP continuous household survey interviews completed by district and by four-monthly round of implementation

From: The use of continuous surveys to generate and continuously report high quality timely maternal and newborn health data at the district level in Tanzania and Uganda

District Round number N. consenting households1 N. resident women aged 15-49 yrs2 N. (%) women interviewed3 N. women with a live birth in last 12 months
TANZANIA      
Tandahimba 1 1,135 1,195 1,027 (86%) 110
  2 1,144 1,228 1,108 (90%) 135
  3 1,157 1,175 1,061 (90%) 149
  Year total 3,436 3,598 3,196 (89%) 394
Newala 1 1,156 1,052 928 (88%) 91
  2 1,165 1,158 1,047 (90%) 128
  3 1,173 1,098 1,004 (91%) 155
  Year total 3,494 3,308 2,979 (90%) 374
UGANDA      
Mayuge 1 987 1,164 897 (77%) 225
  2 1,143 1,381 1,218 (88%) 272
  3 1,116 1,287 1,103 (86%) 206
  Year total 3,246 3,832 3,218 (84%) 703
Namayingo 1 1,047 1,250 1,035 (83%) 251
  2 1,130 1,336 1,207 (90%) 249
  3 1,116 1,261 1,125 (89%) 185
  Year total 3,293 3,847 3,367 (88%) 685
  1. 1Target number of households each four-monthly round was 1,200; target number of households per district in the first year was 3,600.
  2. 2Eligible women in Tanzania were those aged 13-49 years, in Uganda aged 15-49 years.
  3. 3N of eligible women interviewed, expressed as a percentage of resident eligible women.