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Table 3 Catchment area/villages

From: Community health workers of Afghanistan: a qualitative study of a national program

Health post/Village name # of CHW CHW gender ratio District Province Health facility Household Persons Village ethnicity Distance from clinic Drinking water Electricity
Zakria Foladi 2 1–1 Central Bamyan Bamyan CHC Foladi 75 549 Hazara 2 hour walk Yes Yes
Kata Sang Foladi 2 1–1 Central Bamyan Bamyan CHC Foladi 150 1100 Hazara 1 hour walk Yes Yes
Naal Sheran 2 Two female Central Bamyan Bamyan CHC Shaidan 102 840 Hazara 1 hour walk No Yes
Habashi 2 Two female Central Bamyan Bamyan CHC Shaidan 155 930 Hazara 2.5 hour walk No Yes
Deh-Yaqub 2 1–1 Behzadi Kabul BHC Behzadi 110 770 Tajik-Pashtun 2 hour walk No Yes
Qala-e Jan Baz 2 Two female Behzadi Kabul BHC Behzadi 120 780 Tajik-Pashtun 1.5 hour walk No Yes
Qala-e Sarwar 2 1–1 Paghman Kabul CHC Paghman 120 1140 Pashtun 1.5 hour walk Yes Yes
Poshta-e Badam 2 1–1 Paghman Kabul CHC Paghman 300 2100 Pashtun 1 hour walk Yes Yes
Khalazaye 2 1–1 Charikar Parwan BHC Sinjid Dara 1000 5000+ Pashtun 2 hour walk No No
Deh Rayes 2 1–1 Sinjid Darah Parwan BHC Sinjid Dara 150 1050 Tajik 1 hour walk Yes Yes
Deh Neshar 2 1–1 Sinjid Darah Parwan BHC Sinjid Dara 320 2240 Tajik 1.5 hour walk No Yes
Nawoch Sufla 2 1–1 Salang Parwan DH Bagh Maidan 170 1190 Tajik 0.5 hour walk Yes Yes
Sayyad 2 Two female Kholm Balkh DH Kholm 400 2900 Tajik 2 hour walk No Yes
Abdul Hamid 2 Two female Dehdadi Balkh CHC Sherabad 160 1120 Tajik 1 hour walk Yes Yes
Shanjeer 2 1–1 Charkent Balkh CHC Sharshar 263 1841 Hazara 3 hour walk Yes No
Karmagali 2 1–1 Charket Balkh CHC Sharshar 100 700 Hazara 4 hour walk Yes No