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Table 1 Qualitative data collection activities and participants by governorate

From: Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health service delivery during conflict in Yemen: a case study

 AdenSana’a CityTaizTOTAL
Government authorities7 IDIs
− 1 MoPHP official
− 6 Governorate health office officials
11 IDIs
−5 MoPHP officials
− 6 Governorate health office officials
9 IDIs
− 7 officials in internationally-recognized government-controlled areas
− 2 officials in Houthi-controlled or contested areas
27 IDIs
UN and NGO health program managers8 IDIs
(21 participants)
−3 UN agencies
− 2 INGOs
− 3 national NGOs
11 IDIs
(22 participants)
− 3 UN agencies
− 2 INGOs
− 2 national NGOs
5 IDIs
(7 participants)
− 1 UN agency
− 2 INGOs
− 1 national NGO
24 IDIs
(50 participants)
− 3 UN agencies
− 7 INGOs
− 6 national NGOs
Facility-based healthcare providers
(1 management + at least 2 midlevel providers per facility)
13 IDIs
[3 facilities]
− 6 hospital staff, 7 primary healthcare facility staff
11 IDIs
[3 facilities]
− 5 hospital staff, 6 primary healthcare facility staff
19 IDIs
[5 facilities – including 3 in internationally-recognized government-controlled areas and 2 in Houthi-controlled areas]
− 13 hospital staff, 6 primary healthcare facility staff
43 IDIs
[11 facilities]
Community-based healthcare providers2 FGDs
(20 participants)
− 10 community midwives
− 10 community health volunteers
2 FGDs
(19 participants)
− 10 community midwives
− 9 community health volunteers
2 FGDs
(22 participants)
− 10 in internationally-recognized government-controlled area
− 12 in Houthi-controlled area
6 FGDs
(61 individuals trained as community midwives or community health volunteers)
Total61 individuals63 individuals57 individuals181 individuals