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Table 3 Participants of in-depth interviews and focus group discussions

From: Selling my sheep to pay for medicines – household priorities and coping strategies in a setting without universal health coverage

Type of participants Recruitment of participants
Household members experiencing newborn illness or death (18–35 years)
 Mother or primary caretaker of sick newborn:
 11 IDIs at hospital during illness, 9 follow-up IDIs
 Mother or primary caretaker who faced newborn death: 5 urban IDIs, 5 rural IDIs
Sick newborn identified during hospital admission (> 1 day) by PI
Recruited through Butajira Rural Health Program (BHRP)
1 IDI with key informant from health bureau From health bureau
Health workers involved in newborn health care (20–35 years)
 3 IDIs with Medical Doctors
 7 IDIs with nurses and midwifes
 1 FGD with nurses and midwifes
 1 FGD with health extension workers (HEWs)
From hospitals and health centers
From hospital, health center and kebeles, HEWs through BHRP
Community members (20–73 years)
 1 FGD with women in reproductive age with child < 1 year (urban)
 1 FGD with women in reproductive age with child < 1 year (rural)
 1 FGD with husbands with wife with child < 1 year (rural)
 1 FGD with grandmothers (rural)
 1 FGD with religious leaders and elders (urban)
From communities in three selected kebeles, recruited through BHRP