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Table 3 Bivariate results of effect of level of campaign exposure on outcomes

From: “Love me, parents!”: impact evaluation of a national social and behavioral change communication campaign on maternal health outcomes in Tanzania

  No sources (n = 1112) One Source (n = 304) Two Sources (n = 102) Three Sources (n = 55) Four Sources (n = 46) Five or more Sources (n = 88)
Birth Plan Mean (SD)  
 Prenatal 3.92 (1.53) 4.15 (1.65) 4.93 (1.17)a 4.35 (1.63) 5.07 (0.96)b 4.56 (1.54)b
 Postnatal 4.67 (1.69) 4.77 (1.64) 4.56 (1.76) 4.95 (1.47) 4.97 (1.63) 5.02 (1.36)
Timing of first ANC visit Mean Weeks (SD)       
 Prenatal 17.11 (5.70) 17.55 (5.89) 15.23 (5.27)e 16.68 (5.43) 20.14 (5.42)e 15.49 (5.81)
 Postnatal 16.91 (5.15) 15.58 (5.94)b 16.98 (4.82) 17.90 (6.40) 16.65 (5.94) 15.85 (5.09)
Number of ANC visits Mean (SD)       
 Prenatal 2.30 (1.25) 2.19 (1.15) 2.61 (1.13) 2.29 (1.03) 2.47 (1.46) 2.38 (1.29)
 Postnatal 2.66 (1.32) 2.93 (1.43)b 2.81 (1.29) 3.00 (1.38) 2.87 (1.41) 3.29 (1.82)b
Health facility deliveryc % (n for exposure category)       
   Postnatal 83.6 (574) 85.4 (137) 89.8 (59) 95.2 (21) 96.8 (31) 91.8 (49)
Prenatal HIV testing
Self % (n for exposure category) 82.4 (534) 81.4 (167) 88.6 (44) 82.4 (34) 80.0 (15) 89.5 (38)
With partnerd % (n for exposure category) 47.6 (534) 52.7 (167) 52.3 (44) 55.9 (34) 53.3 (15) 57.9 (38)
  1. a Statistically significant difference between number of source exposures versus no source exposure at p < .001
  2. b Statistically significant difference between number of source exposures versus no source exposure at p ≤ .01
  3. c Statistically significant difference between number of source exposures versus no source exposure at p < .01
  4. d Chi square was not statistically significant
  5. e Statistically significant difference between number of source exposures versus no source exposure at p ≤ .05