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Table 1 Summary of the respondents’ demographic characteristics

From: Knowledge, perceptions and effects of Ebola virus disease outbreak on the pig value chain in the agro-pastoralist district of Luwero, Central Uganda

   Parish (N = 229) Total
Variable Attribute Ngalonkulu
n = 108
Ssambwe
n = 121
Sex Male 52 (48.1%) 63 (52.1%) 115 (50.2%)
  Female 56 (51.9%) 58 (47.9%) 114 (49.8%)
Household Head Husband 53 (49.1%) 52 (43.0%) 104 (45.4%)
  Wife 41 (38.0%) 46 (38.0%) 87 (38.4%)
  Child 14 (13.0%) 23 (19.0%) 37 (16.2%)
Level of Education None 15 (13.9%) 11 (9.1%) 26 (11.4%)
  Primary 71 (65.7%) 70 (57.9%) 141 (61.6%)
  Secondary 22 (20.4%) 37 (30.5%) 59 (25.7%)
  Tertiary 0 (0%) 3 (2.5%) 3 (1.3%)
Occupation Farmer 97 (89.8%) 87 (71.9%) 184 (80.4%)
  Employed 2 (1.9%) 15 (12.4%) 17 (7.4%)
  Non-employed 2 (1.9%) 6 (5.0%) 8 (3.5%)
  Business (trader) 7 (6.5%) 13 (10.7%) 20 (8.7%)
Role in the pig value chain Pig farmers 71 (65.7%) 71 (58.7%) 142 (62%)
Pig traders 7 (6.5%) 13 (10.7%) 20 (8.7%)
Pork consumers 30 (27.8%) 37 (30.6%) 67 (29.3%)