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Table 3 Demographic characteristics of respondents

From: Men’s roles in care seeking for maternal and newborn health: a qualitative study applying the three delays model to male involvement in Morogoro Region, Tanzania

Characteristic Total (n = 27) Percent (%)
Age and number of children
 Age (years) (Median/Range): 34/22–60 (n = 25) N/A N/A
 Age 20–29 9 33.3
 Age 30–39 8 29.6
 Age 40–49 4 14.8
 Age 50–59 3 11.1
 Age 60–69 1 3.7
 Unknown 2 7.4
 Number of children (Mean/Range): 3.24/1–11 (n = 25) N/A N/A
District
 Kilombero 1 3.7
 Kilosa and Gairo (one district at time of study) 10 37.0
 Morogoro Rural 2 7.4
 Mvomero 8 29.6
 Ulaya 6 22.2
Distance from health center
 Near (<  3 km) 12 44.4
 Far (>  3 km) 15 55.6
Marital status
 Married 23 85.2
 Single 1 3.7
 Engaged 1 3.7
 Not reported 2 7.4
Level of education
 Started primary school 3 11.1
 Completed primary school 17 63.0
 Completed secondary school 3 11.1
 No formal education 3 11.1
 Not reported 1 3.7
Delivery location of most recent birth
 Health facility 22 81.5
 Home 2 7.4
 En route to facility (birth before arrival) 3 11.1