The effect of the intervention was estimated using logistic regression, including random effects for village, Ward and LGA was used to account for the non-independence of the clustered observations. We included the baseline survey in the model to allow each village to account for baseline differences. The effect of the intervention was estimated as the additional increase in vaccine uptake between the baseline and either the midline or endline surveys in the intervention arm compared to the control arm. Covariates such as the age of caregiver, residing in a hard-to-reach community, distance to the nearest health facility, hard-to-reach and rural/urban setting were assessed for imbalance at baseline. The analysis was carried out in R.

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