Retrospective comparative evaluation of the lasting impact of a community-based primary health care programme on under-5 mortality in villages around Jamkhed, India
Vera Mann, Alex Eble, Chris Frost, Ramaswamy Premkumar & Peter Boone
Volume 88, Number 10, October 2010, 727-736
Table 2. Characteristics of control and intervention villages, households and mothers in a retrospective evaluation of the impact of the Comprehensive Rural Health Project (CRHP), Maharashtra state, India, 2007
|< 10 yrs||–||–||28||37.3||–|
|10 to < 20 yrs||–||–||21||8.0||–|
|Land owner||2024||88.2||1794||79.6||< 0.001|
|No information given||3||0.1||4||0.2|
|Most backwarde caste/tribe||293||11.7||415||17.1|
|Other backward caste||163||6.5||290||11.9|
|No information given||0||0.0||5||0.2|
a There were 75 control and 75 CRHP villages.
b There were 2294 households in control villages and 2253 households in CRHP villages.
c There were 2508 mothers in control villages and 2432 mothers in CRHP villages.
d Age is given as mean age in years and standard deviation. Age was missing for one woman in the control villages.
e Most backward: scheduled caste. Scheduled castes and tribes, formerly known as “depressed classes”, are groups explicitly recognized and afforded certain protections under the Constitution of India.