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India (Rajasthan) Phase 1 (IN-RJP1) Service Delivery Point Client Exit Interview Survey includes 134 enumeration areas (EAs) selected using a multi-stage stratified cluster design with urban-rural and region strata. The results representative at the sub-national level and within urban/rural strata. The final sample included 521 clients which completed the interview. Data collection was conducted between August and November 2020

Kenya Phase 2 (KEP2) Client Exit Interview Follow-up Survey includes 308 enumeration areas (EAs) of selected counties. The EAs were drawn using the multi-stage cluster design with urban-rural strata by the Kenya Bureau of Statistics following the pre-existing sampling frame used for PMA2020. The results are national and county-level representative. The final sample included 3,868 clients which completed the interview. Data collection was conducted between July and August 2021.

PMA Democratic Republic of Congo (Kinshasa & Kongo Central) Phase 2 (CDP2) Service Delivery Point Follow-up Survey includes services in 57 enumeration areas (EAs) in Kinshasa and 57 EAs in Kongo Central selected using a multi-stage stratified cluster design. The results are representative at the provincial level. The final sample included 196 SDPs in Kinshasa and 168 SDPs in Kongo Central which completed the interview. Data collection was conducted between July and August 2021.

Nigeria Phase 2 (NGP2) Client Exit Interview Follow-up Survey includes 25 enumeration areas (EAs) in Kano and 52 EAs in Lagos. The EAs were drawn using the same stratified cluster design with urban-rural strata from the National Population Commission’s master sampling frame. The results are representative at the state level. The final sample included 541 clients in Kano and 449 clients in Lagos which completed the interview. Data collection was conducted between June and July 2021.

PMAET Panel Cohort 1: 1-Year Follow-up survey followed women who were eligible to remain in the Panel Cohort 1 study and did not refuse to follow-up at their previous interview. Women who consented to follow-up at the baseline and were still living at the time of the last interview; did not report a still birth, miscarriage, or abortion at the previous interview; did not refuse the previous interviews; and did not refuse future follow-up at the previous interview were included in this survey. A total of 2,094 mother or caregivers completed the 1-year follow-up survey. Panel women could become ineligible for 1-year follow-up if they refused follow-up at some point, died, or had no live births. The data collection for the 1-year follow-up survey occurred between July 2020 and July 2021.