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Table 1 PMA surveys and DHS characteristics including the number of clusters surveyed, and the number of respondents 15–19 years (weighted), the percentage of all women 15–49 years who were 15–19 years, and the percentage of girls 15–19 years who were also interviewed in the previous PMA round

From: Examining the recent trends in adolescent sexual and reproductive health in five countries of sub‐Saharan Africa based on PMA and DHS household surveys

Country Year   All women  
Number of clusters/EA Unweighted sample size % in the previous round % adolescents interviewed % in the previous round
Ethiopia 2014 PMA 200 13,241 23.3
Ethiopia 2015 PMA 200 7631 19.4 24.0 15.9
Ethiopia 2016 PMA 200 7538 22.5 23.1 14.3
Ethiopia 2017 PMA 200 7464 1.3 24.1 1.1
Ethiopia 2018 PMA 200 7546 12.9 22.8 8.0
Ethiopia 2011 DHS 650 16,515 23.2
Ethiopia 2016 DHS 645 15,683 22.3
Ghana 2013 PMA 100 3722 18.6
Ghana 2014 PMA 100 8624 19.1
Ghana 2015 PMA 100 5254 32.9 20.0 26.5
Ghana 2016 PMA 100 3746 7.7 19.1 8.1
Ghana 2017 PMA 100 4294 16.4 19.7 12.3
Ghana 2008 DHS 412 4916 21.1
Ghana 2014 DHS 427 9396 18.7
Kenya 2014 PMA 120 8183 5.9 17.4 4.9
Kenya 2015 PMA 120 9394 18.3 19.8 13.0
Kenya 2016 PMA 120 5973 2.4 21.6 2.5
Kenya 2017 PMA 120 5913 25.8 21.4 16.7
Kenya 2008 DHS 1612 8444 20.9
Kenya 2014 DHS 400 31,079 19.6
Nigeria 2016 PMA 37 11,166 8.7 20.2 7.4
Nigeria 2017 PMA 52 13,324 16.7 20.7 13.9
Nigeria 2018 PMA 52 11,215 16.6 20.3 13.4
Nigeria 2013 DHS 904 38,948 20.3
Nigeria 2018 DHS 1400 41,821 20.1
Uganda 2014 PMA 110 3762 21.0
Uganda 2015 PMA 110 7361 22.9 21.3 16.8
Uganda 2016 PMA 110 3816 28.5 20.6 17.9
Uganda 2017 PMA 110 4161 2.1 21.9 2.3
Uganda 2018 PMA 110 4288 15.7 21.8 10.1
Uganda 2011 DHS 712 8674 23.4
Uganda 2016 DHS 697 18,506 23.1