Table 1 : Socio-demographic and general characteristics of clients.


Characteristic Frequency (%)

Age in years (n=5992)
<20
20-24 
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
≥50        
Missing

131 (2.2)
985 (16.4)
1501 (25.1)
1680 (28.0)
1053 (17.6)
455 (7.6)
139 (2.3)
47 (0.8)
1 (0.0)

Education (n=5992)
None
Some primary
Completed primary
Some secondary
Completed secondary or more
Missing

595 (9.9)
409 (6.8)
861 (14.4)
685 (11.4)
3410 (56.9)
32(0.6)

Religion (n=5992)
Islam
Christianity
Others
Missing

3135 (52.3)
2278 (38.0)
33 (0.6)
546 (9.1)

Number of children living (n=5992)
0
1-2
3-4
>4
Missing

0 (0)
1857 (31.0)
1901 (31.7)
2147 (35.8)
87 (1.5)

Want more children? (n=5992)
No
Yes
Unsure
Missing

624 (10.4)
4565 (76.2)
362 (6.0)
441 (7.4)

Source of information (n=5992)
Clinic personnel
Outreach personnel
Radio
Television
Print media
Friends/relatives
Another clinic
Community health worker
Others
Missing

3737 (62.4)
53 (0.9)
247 (4.1)
177 (3.0)
18 (0.3)
1209 (20.2)
14 (0.2)
35 (0.6)
6 (0.1)
496 (8.2)

Chosen (current) contraception (n=5992)
Oral contraceptive pills
Injectables
Implants
Intrauterine devices
Missing

673 (11.2)
2423 (40.4)
223 (3.7)
2096 (35.0)
577 (9.7)

n=total number of clients analysed.

Amina et al.Research Journal of Women's Health  2017 4:4DOI : 10.7243/2054-9865-4-4