Table 1

Characteristics of survey respondents

Characteristicn=50 (%)
Countries
 Bangladesh2 (4.0)
 Colombia9 (18.0)
 Costa Rica1 (2.0)
 Ghana4 (8.0)
 Honduras7 (14.0)
 Indonesia9 (18.0)
 Lebanon4 (6.0)
 Philippines1 (2.0)
 South Africa6 (12.0)
 Sweden1 (2.0)
 Tanzania1 (2.0)
 Timor Leste1 (2.0)
 USA2 (6.0)
 Zambia2 (4.0)
LMIC geographic region*
 Asia-Pacific17 (34.0)
 Sub-Saharan Africa13 (26.0)
 Latin America17 (34.0)
Institution
 United Nations Population Fund (Bangladesh)1 (2.0)
 BRAC University1 (2.0)
 National Institute of Health (Colombia)1 (2.0)
 University of Antioquia (Colombia)6 (12.0)
 CIDEIM (Colombia)2 (4.0)
 Hospital San Juan de Dios (Costa Rica)1 (2.0)
 University of Ghana (Ghana)4 (8.0)
 The National Autonomous University (Honduras)6 (12.0)
 Hospital San Felipe (Honduras)1 (1.0)
 Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia)9 (18.0)
 American University of Beirut (Lebanon)4 (8.0)
 Research Institute for Tropic Medicine (Philippines)1 (2.0)
 University of Witswatersrand (South Africa)6 (12.0)
 Uppsala University (Sweden)1 (2.0)
 Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania)1 (2.0)
 Ministry of Health (Timor Leste)1 (2.0)
 Johns Hopkins University (USA)2 (2.0)
 University of Zambia (Zambia)2 (2.0)
Self-reported proficiency in IR†
 Basic awareness3 (6.0)
 Beginner7 (14.0)
 Intermediate16 (32.0)
 Advanced17 (34.0)
 Expert2 (4.0)
  • *This excludes three individuals that were based in high-income countries, including individuals based in Sweden and USA.

  • †Five respondents (6%) did not self-identify their proficiency level.

  • CIDEIM, Centro Internacional de Entrenamiento e Investigaciones Medicas; IR, implementation research; LMIC, Low/middle-income country.