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Table 2 Exposure to HEP and service awareness about service availability at HP

From: Continuum of maternity care among rural women in Ethiopia: does place and frequency of antenatal care visit matter?

Characteristics of study participants Unweighted number (n = 1431) Weighted %
HEP exposure
 No 332 18.97
 Yes 1099 81.03
ANC service awareness at HP
 Both (husband & wife) are not aware 279 10.98
 At least one of them aware 414 24.66
 Both (Husband & wife) are aware 738 64.35
Delivery service awareness at HP
 Both (Husband & wife) are not aware 747 44.41
 At least one of them aware 331 21.73
 Both (Husband & wife) are aware 353 33.87
PNC service awareness at HP
 Both (Husband & wife) are not aware 546 33.27
 At least one of them aware 405 25.8
 Both (Husband & wife) are aware 480 40.92
MHS (ANC, Delivery & PNC) awareness by husband and wife at HP
 Both are not aware for all MHS 242 8.88
 At least one of them aware 888 62.21
 Both are aware for all MHS 301 28.92
Human resource at the HP
 Have level 3 or below HEWs 526 26.88
 Have at least one level 4 HEWs 727 73.12
  1. HEP health extension program, HP health post, ANC antenatal care, PNC postnatal care, MHS maternal health services, HEW health extension worker, HEWs health extension worker