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Table 9 Revenues reported by health workers with additional income arrangements in Nasarawa

From: Assessing health workers’ revenues and coping strategies in Nigeria — a mixed-methods study

CADRES CHEW CHO N/M DOC
Level of reticence* R Non-R R Non-R R Non-R R Non-R
Range of income from additional earning arrangements (NGN) 16,200–116,000 (Av: 61,040) 3,000–230,000 (Av: 61,214) 500–112,500 (Av:46,869) 2,000–180,000 (Av:78,327) 54,000–152,500 (Av:116,072) 1,000–196,000 (Av:71,865) 110,000–203,000 (Av:152,667) 3,000–121,500 (Av: 67,791)
Range of income from selling drugs (NGN) 11,000–20,000 (Av: 15,500) 500–80,000 (Av: 15,500) 8,000–10,000 (Av: 9,000) 2,000–30,000 (Av:10,667) 2,000 100,000 0 0
Range of deficit between real income and expenditure (With spousal support) (NGN) 11,900–46,200 (Av:26,367) 18,000–556,000 (Av:197,550) 45,000 92,000–168,000 (AV: 140,143) 42,000–270,000 (Av:163,729) 25,000–230,000 (Av: 107,224) No deficit No deficit
Range of deficit between real income and expenditure (Without spousal support) (NGN) 20,000–41,000 (Av: 30,500) 2,800–117,000 (Av:48,450) 46,000–112,585 (Av: 71,003) 64,000–195,000 (Av:130,068) 29,000–464,900 (Av:216,300) 13,000–105,000 (Av:59,000) −15,000 No deficit
  1. *Reticence is determined by the modified criteria.
  2. NB: Where there is a single figure instead of a range, it indicates that the situation applies to only one health worker in that group.
  3. Av: Average.
  4. NGN: Nigerian Naira.
  5. R: Reticent.
  6. Non-R: Non-reticent.