Table 3

Qualitative methods and samples interviewed, Care Tipping Point Impact Evaluation in Nepal

Qualitative field guideConstructs measuredSamples receiving
Adolescent girlsAdolescent boysParents of adolescentsAdult leaders
1. In-depth interviewsAdolescents: individual perceptions, practices and experiences of gender roles and responsibilities; education/ employment aspirations; decision making around marriage; knowledge of ASRHR; girls’ safety/security/ mobility201000
2. Key Informant interviewsTeachers, local government officials: collective action, perceived changes in prevalence of child marriage, social norms and practices around marriage, work and education, girls’ safety/security0008
3. Focus group discussions
  1. No

  2. Group sizes, range

Adolescents: vignettes based on CARE’s SNAP framework, high-lighting social norms about girls’ mobility, marriage decisions88160
Parents: social norms diagnosis approach based on CARE’s SNAP framework; girls’ mobility, gender roles/responsibilities, education, interactions with boys665–6
  • SNAP, social norms analysis plot.