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Table 1 Nia project uptake among girls menstruating at baseline and interviewed at endline

From: Effects of sanitary pad distribution and reproductive health education on upper primary school attendance and reproductive health knowledge and attitudes in Kenya: a cluster randomized controlled trial

  Arm 1
Control
n = 627
(mean (SD))
Arm 2
Pads only
n = 632
(mean (SD))
Arm 3
RH only
n = 629
(mean (SD))
Arm 4
Pads and RH
n = 656
(mean (SD))
Mean no. of pads received (target = 20) 0 17.5 (4.2) 0 17.5 (4.2)
Mean no. of underwear received (target = 6)   5.5 (1.3)   5.6 (1.3)
Mean no. of NIA magazines received (target = 5) 0 0.03 (0.2) 4.5 (1.2) 4.7 (1.1)
Mean no. of safe space sessions attended (target = 25) 0 0 20.7 (5.8) 21.2 (5.4)
  1. Numbers shown in all columns to show potential for direct contamination in program implementation or through girls moving schools after program assignment