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Table 6 Random effect model results predicting the effect of overall quality and program component scores on the number of FP users in the last year per reproductive health staff member, MLE facility surveys from Kaduna and Ilorin, Nigeria

From: Assessing the sustainability of the Nigerian urban reproductive health initiative facility-level programming: longitudinal analysis of service quality

  Number of FP users per reproductive health staff member
Model 1 Model 2
Marginal 95% CI Marginal 95% CI
Overall quality index 2.57 −0.67; 5.81 na  
Training index Na   17.71 −9.90; 45.32
Method provision index Na   5.43 0.27; 10.60*
Stock-out (30 days) index Na   −5.90 −10.10; − 1.70**
IEC index Na   −0.95 −4.48; 2.57
Outreach index Na   −0.94 −5.48; 3.61
Ilorin (ref: Kaduna) −9.29 −32.55; 13.97 −12.34 − 36.12; 11.44
Survey wave
 Baseline – 2011 (ref) Ref   Ref  
 Endline – 2014 0.70 −20.75; 22.15 −0.13 −21.52; 21.26
 Sustainability – 2017 34.63 13.72; 55.54*** 31.08 8.69; 53.46**
NURHI- supported facility (ref: not NURHI) 33.87 8.61; 59.13** 32.54 7.60; 57.50*
Private facility (ref: public) −36.61 −53.30; −19.91*** −41.57 −58.64; 24.50***
Ilorin and Endline (2014) interaction 7.95 −22.08; 37.98 4.47 −25.93; 34.86
Ilorin and sustainability (2017) interaction −26.30 −55.87; 3.27 −20.01 −50.80; 10.79
NURHI facility and sustainability (2017) interaction 2.94 −27.16; 33.04 1.83 −28.42; 32.09
Error Components:
 Sigma mu 24.59 16.68; 32.27*** 22.40 14.23; 35.27***
 Sigma epsilon 59.97 55.13; 65.24*** 59.84 54.99; 65.13***
Number of observations 424 424
Number of unique facilities 170 170
  1. na – not applicable for specific model; excludes outliers. *p ≤ 0.05; ** p ≤ 0.01; *** p ≤ 0.001