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Table 3 Community-level measures of implementation

From: Process evaluation of a social franchising model to improve maternal health: evidence from a multi-methods study in Uttar Pradesh, India

Indicator Household survey (May 2016)
A. Awareness of social franchise amongst women in areas with franchise provider
 Heard of Sky brand (%) 212/1163 (18%)
 Recognise SkyCare logo (%) 282/1165 (24%)
 Recognise SkyHealth logo (%) 273/1165 (23%)
 Reported knowing a provider in village who was part of franchise (%) 132/1165 (11%)
B. Awareness of social franchise amongst women in districts without franchise
 Heard of Sky brand (%) 30/1140 (3%)
 Recognise SkyCare logo (%) 41/1143 (4%)
 Recognise SkyHealth logo (%) 48/1143 (4%)
 Reported knowing a provider in village who was part of franchise (%) 5/1143 (0%)
C. Maternal health seeking accompanied by ASHAs
 Women using ANC accompanied by ASHAs in intervention districts (%) 1386/1977 (70%)
 Women using ANC accompanied by ASHAs in comparison districts (%) 686/1018 (67%)
 Women giving birth in facility accompanied by ASHAs in intervention 2003districts (%) 1165/1715 (68%)
 Women giving birth in facility accompanied by ASHAs in comparison districts (%) 585/892 (66%)
  1. Notes: Source of data is the household survey of women (round 2, May 2016). Data are n/N (%)