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Table 1 Breakdown of participants per FGD and IDI participants

From: Male partner influence on family planning and contraceptive use: perspectives from community members and healthcare providers in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

FGDs conducted No. of participants (n)
1. Females, urban, teenagers (aged 15–19 years) 9
2. Females, rural/peri-urban, teenagers (aged 15–19 years) 10
3. Females, urban, young adults (aged 20–34 years) 8
4. Females, rural/peri-urban, young adults (aged 20–34 years) 10
5. Females, urban, adults (aged 35–49 years) 8
6. Females, rural/peri-urban, adults (aged 35–49 years) 7
7. Males, teenagers (aged 15–19 years) 10
8. Males, young adults (aged 20–34 years) 8
9. Males, adults (aged 35–49 years) 7
10. Females who are unmarried, single (20–34 years) 8
11. Females who are married/in a relationship > 1-year (20–34 years) 10
12. Females with no children (who are not infertile) (18–49 years) 8
Total community participants 103
13. HCP from local health facilities (including management, professional nurses): Group 1 8
14. HCP from local health facilities (including enrolled nurses, counsellors, and other operational staff): Group 2 8
Total HCP participants 16
Key stakeholders
 1. Education 1
 2. Community Care Givers 2
 3. Traditional Healer 1
 4. Programme Managers working in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) 4
Total key stakeholders 8