Nineteen rural Kebeles (twelve from Yilmana Densa, and seven from Quarit) were selected during a reconnaissance survey by discussing with the districts' administrators and the local people (Figure 1). A total of 395 informants (95 key informants) were selected from community members. Peer recommendations from community members aided in nominating key informants. The age of informants ranged from 20 to 81 years (139 were from 20 to 40 years old, whereas 256 were >40 years old) as stated in the method used in [17, 18].

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