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Table 1 Description of program components at baseline (2011) and endline (2014/5) in full sample of facilities, MLE facility surveys from urban Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal

From: Impact of the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative on family planning uptake at facilities in Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal

  Baseline N Baseline percentage Endline N Endline percentage
Kenya (Baseline N = 279; Endline N = 377)
 Participation in contraceptive method redistribution 0 0% 184 52.6%
 Whole site FP training led by URHI 0 0% 161 43.3%
 URHI supported community health workers 0 0% 125 33.6%
 Any FP informational/educational materials observed 229 82.1 316 83.8%
 URHI supported outreach programs 0 0% 110 29.4%
 Any staff received URHI training on FP commodity management 0 0% 191 69.5%
 URHI visits by clinical teams to provide long acting or permanent methods. 0 0% 179 48.0%
Nigeria (Baseline N = 400; Endline N = 385)
 Any provider received URHI training 0 0% 145 37.7%
 Any provider received a URHI monitoring visit 0 0% 220 57.1%
 Any provider was a member of the URHI FP Provider Network 0 0% 135 35.1%
 URHI sponsored renovation 0 0% 217 65.8%
 No stock-outs of contraceptive methods in the last month 311 77.8% 324 84.2%
 Any FP informational/educational materials observed 272 68% 311 80.8%
Senegal (Baseline N = 205; Endline N = 249)
 Any providers who received in-service FP training 160 78.1% 201 80.7%
 URHI sponsored midwife 0 0% 18 7.2%
 URHI Informed Push Model 0 0% 146 63.5%
 Facility-based URHI FP education programs 0 0% 123 53.5%
 Any provider received training with the  Systematic Identification of Client Needs tool. 0 0% 139 55.8%
 Any FP informational/educational materials observed 141 68.8% 197 79.1%