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Table 7 Satisfaction with services as predicted by governance-related measures (subpopulation analysisb)

From: Creating spaces for dialogue: a cluster-randomized evaluation of CARE’s Community Score Card on health governance outcomes

Independent variable Parameter estimate Confidence Interval t p
Trust in health workers 0.32 0.18–0.47 4.51 <.001
Power sharing 0.01 −0.02 - 0.04 0.64 .528
Mutual responsibility 0.15 −0.02 - 0.32 1.76 .087
Negotiated spaces participation −0.03 −0.09 - 0.02 −1.26 .216
Joint monitoring and transparency −0.08 −0.18 - 0.03 −1.52 .138
Equity and quality −0.15 −0.25 - -0.05 −3.09 .004
Collective efficacy 0.14 0.03–0.25 2.62 .013
Outcomes of collective action (direct) −0.14 −0.25 - -0.04 −2.77 .009
Perceived health outcomes of collective action −0.10 −0.19 - -0.01 −2.20 .035
Is the HAC an effective bridge between the health facility and community? 0.24 −0.12 - 0.60 1.35 .185
Is there a Community Action Group or Safe Motherhood Committee? −0.10 −0.20 - -0.00 −2.06 .047
Does the Community Action Group or Safe Motherhood Committee provide maternal and newborn health support? 0.10 −0.24 - 0.44 0.60 .554
Community help 0.01 −0.03 - 0.06 0.53 .603
  1. aEstimates were obtained from separate models for each outcome. All models contained the following covariates: religion, ethnicity, current marital status, literacy, number of lifetime live births, wealth index, and nearest health facility providing delivery services
  2. bAmong those women in the intervention areas who reported a meeting in their community