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Table 2 Demographics of psychometric evaluation sample

From: Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric properties of the Herth Hope Index in Kinyarwanda: adapting a positive psychosocial tool for healthcare recipients and providers in the Rwandan setting

Role in Health Center Total Sample (n = 206)
Healthcare Service User 180 (87%)
Healthcare Worker 26 (13%)
Age, Mean (Range) 32 (19–59)
Gender
 Male 5 (2%)
 Female 201 (98%)
Ubudehe Categorya
 1 22 (11%)
 2 104 (50%)
 3 78 (38%)
 4 0 (0%)
 Missing 2 (1%)
Education
 No schooling 34 (17%)
 Primary 113 (55%)
 Vocational Training School 14 (7%)
 Secondary 26 (13%)
 Advanced diploma 13 (6%)
 Bachelor’s degree 5 (2%)
 Missing 1 (0%)
Marital Status
 Single 55 (27%)
 Legally Married 124 (60%)
 Live-in/Not Legally Married 23 (11%)
 Widowed 3 (1%)
 Celibate / Religious 1 (0%)
  1. aUbudehe category refers to the economic classification of individuals based on their income in Rwanda, with 1 being the lowest economic level and 4 being the highest