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Table 1 Number of study respondents by data collection tool

From: Occupational segregation, gender essentialism and male primacy as major barriers to equity in HIV/AIDS caregiving: Findings from Lesotho

Level Key Informants Number of Key Informant Interviews N = 25 Focus Group Participants Number of Focus Group Discussions N = 31
District District administrators (3), district HIV/AIDS officers (2) 5 HIV-positive men 3
    HIV-positive women 2
    HIV-positive both 1
Health Service Area District public health nurses (3), medical superintendents (2), TB officer, district medical officer, district health inspector, primary health care director 9   
Health Center Nurse clinicians 5 Community health workers 9
Village Chiefs 6 Village men (including ex-miners) 8
    Village women 8