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Table 1 Data collection elements

From: Acceptability of youth clubs focusing on comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education in rural Zambian schools: a case of Central Province

ActivityDescription
PilotFirst and last author conducted FGD in Chibombo District. FGD guide was tested to check how long FGDs will take. A mixture of English, Bemba and Nyanja were used.
Main study – FGDA semi-structured FGD guide was used to explore topics such as the overview of CSRHE from pupils, questions on how to prevent early pregnancies, early marriages, school drop-out rates, lessons learnt from the short films, the facilitation of SRH topics by teachers, challenges faced as a result of belonging to the youth club, and if there was any change in behaviour of the pupils. Socio-demographic information, including the date of birth and who the respondents’ guardian were, was also recorded.
Key Informant Interview (KII)A semi-structured KII guide was used to collect socio-demographic information from key informants such as age, and the following topics were discussed; challenges faced, early marriages, school drop-out rates, early pregnancies, attendance of youth clubs by pupils, inclusion and exclusion of topics, attitude and behaviour of pupils and sustainability of the youth club after RISE.