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TableĀ 5 Perception of citizen science programme among 110 volunteers and 218 non-volunteers

From: What do people benefit from a citizen science programme? Evidence from a Rwandan citizen science programme on malaria control

Variables Categories Frequency Percent
Heard about the citizen science initiative in this area No 27 12
Yes 191 88
Total 218 100
Informed about the citizen science programme Not informed at all 120 55
Not informed 37 17
Somewhat informed 44 20
Well informed 15 7
Very well informed 2 1
Total 218 100
Source of information Workshop 5 5
Volunteer 72 73
Collected mosquitoes in my house 21 21
Total 98 100
Having a citizen science programme in the area near your home (volunteers) Good 35 32
Very good 75 68
Total 110 100
Having a citizen science programme in the area near your home (non-volunteers) Bad 5 2
Not good and not bad 28 13
Good 113 52
Very good 72 33
Total 218 100
The extent of learning from this citizen science programme (volunteers) Moderate 13 12
Much 61 55
Very much 36 33
Total 110 100
The extent of learning from this citizen science programme (non-volunteers) Nothing 133 61
Little 54 25
Moderate 22 10
Much 8 3.5
Very much 1 0.5
Total 218 100