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Table 1 Demographic information of participants in Debre Libanos District, Oromia regional state, Ethiopia, 2019

From: Exploration of facilitators of and barriers to the community-based service utilization for newborn possible serious bacterial infection management in Debre Libanos District, Ethiopia: descriptive qualitative study

VariableCategoryN (%)VariableCategoryN (%)
Respondent typeMothers who gave birth (0–2 month)15 (28.8)Education statusIlliterate21 40.4)
Health workers7 (13.5)Primary20 (38.5)
Religious leader1 (1.9)Secondary4 (7.7)
Pregnant women5 (9.6)Diploma6 (11.5)
Mother-in-law6 (11.5)Degree1 (1.9)
Care-givers of delivered women (0–2 month)11 (21.2)OccupationHousewife33 (63.5)
Kebele chairman1 (1.9)Farmers9 (17.3)
Othersa6 (11.5)Merchant2 (3.8)
Age20–3017 (32.7)HEW1 (1.9)
31–4023 (44.2)Health worker4 (7.7)
41–507 (13.5)Kebele chairman2 (3.8)
51–603 (5.8)Priest1 (1.9)
61–701 (1.9)ResidenceUrban7 (13.5)
> = 711 (1.9)Rural45 (86.5)
SexMale16 (30.8)ReligionOrthodox52 (100)
Female36 (69.2)EthnicityOromo52 (100)
Marital statusSingle4 (7.7)No of children under all participants08 (15.4)
Married47 (90.4)1–330 (57.7)
Widowed1 (1.9)≥414 (26.9)
  1. aParents of a child treated at HP and HC, families of delivered women, father-in-law, and other reproductive age group peoples