Table 2

Characteristics of sample respondents

AllPre-SOEPost-SOEAssigned to controlAssigned to treatment
Age
(cont.)
25.652 (3468)25.338 (1502)25.891 (1966)25.671 (1679)25.634 (1789)
Distance to facility (cont.)3.661 (3468)5.018 (1502)2.625 (1966)3.580 (1679)3.738 (1789)
Sole phone owner
(binary)
69.6% (2289/3468)67.2% (965/1502)71.4% (1324/1966)70.5% (965/1502)68.7% (1324/1966)
Current user of contraception (binary)30.9% (843/3468)44.0% (583/1502)20.9% (260/1966)29.7% (583/1502)32.0% (260/1966)
Joint χ2 test of balance across covariatesp=0.903
Probability of clinic visit
(binary)
48.0% (1547/3468)43.7% (607/1502)51.3% (940/1966)47.4% (607/1502)48.6% (940/1966)
Probability of clinic visit within 1 month (binary)44.7% (1441/3468)41.1% (573/1502)47.5% (868/1966)43.6% (573/1502)45.8% (868/1966)
Probability of contraceptive receipt (binary)46.9% (1505/3460)42.3% (585/1499)50.4% (920/1961)46.3% (585/1499)47.4% (920/1961)
Days elapsed: promoter to clinic visit
(cont.)
11.459 (1779)11.435 (704)11.475 (1075)11.661 (845)11.276 (934)
Probability of receiving any text reminder (treatment arm only)79.4%
Probability of receiving all text reminders
(treatment arm only)
62.1%
  • This table reports summary statistics for the full sample for the sample enrolled in the pre-COVID and post-COVID state of emergency period; and for the sample assigned to the treatment and control arms. The labels indicate whether the variable of interest is continuous (for which the mean and the number of observations is reported) or binary (for which the mean and the number of observations is reported). For the purposes of the table, any phone number that is enrolled multiple times and partially treated is included as part of the treatment arm.