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Table 2 Qualitative methods and sample

From: Opportunities and challenges in preventing violence against adolescent girls through gender transformative, whole-family support programming in Northeast Nigeria

Activity Sample Size Number of Activities Conducted Topic Guide Focus
In-depth interviews 3 female caregivers; 3 male caregivers
(6 total)
3 IDIs with female caregivers
3 IDIs with male caregivers
(1) Individual attitudes related to gender equality, and violence against women and girls
(2) Individual perceptions related to change in household dynamics and familial relationships as a result of the intervention
(3) Individual perceptions about the SSAGE program content and implementation
Paired interviews 4 adolescent girls;
4 adolescent boys
(8 total)
2 PIs, comprised of two adolescent girls each
2 PIs, comprised of two adolescent boys each
Focus group discussions 18 female caregivers;
18 male caregivers
(36 total)
3 FGDs, comprised of 6 female caregivers each
3 FGDs, comprised of 6 male caregivers each
(1) Group perceptions of social norms related to gender equality, violence against women and girls, and gender identity
(2) Group perceptions about the SSAGE program content and implementation
Participatory activities 17 adolescent girls, 19 adolescent boys (36 total) 3 PARs, comprised of 5, 5, and 7 adolescent girls respectively
3 PARs, comprised of 8, 6, and 5 adolescent boys respectively
Key informant interviews 12 staff members involved with implementation of SSAGE 12 KIIs, comprised of 8 program mentors and 4 program staff (1) Perceptions on the feasibility, acceptability, and impact of program curricula and gender transformative pedagogical methods
Total 98