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Table 1 Socio-economic characteristics of study participants

From: Feasibility study of a family- and school-based intervention for child behavior problems in Nepal

  N %
Age
 Less than 10 13 31.7
 10–12 16 39.0
 13–16 12 29.3
 Total 41 100.0
 Range and standard deviation 5–15 (2.8)  
Gender
 Girls 10 24.4
 Boys 31 75.6
 Total 41 100.0
Types of family
 Single parent 5 12.2
 Nuclear 27 65.9
 Extended 9 22.0
 Total 41 100.0
Caste/ethnicity
 Brahman/Chhetri 19 46.3
 Janajati 18 43.9
 Dalit 4 9.8
 Total 41 100.0
Father occupation
 Foreign employment 15 41.7
 Daily wage labor 9 25.0
 Service 7 19.4
 Others (agriculture, business, self-employed) 5 13.9
 Total 36 100.0
Sources of family income
 Own agriculture 4 9.8
 Fieldwork for other landowner 4 9.8
 Daily wage labor non-farming 6 14.6
 Service 8 19.5
 Foreign employment 16 39.0
 Others 3 7.3
 Total 41 100.0
Food sufficiency for the whole year
 Yes 14 34.1
 No 27 65.9
 Total 41 100.0