Measuring couple relationship quality in a rural African population: Validation of a Couple Functionality Assessment Tool in Malawi

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Abstract

Available data suggest that individual and family well-being are linked to the quality of women's and men's couple relationships, but few tools exist to assess couple relationship functioning in low-and middle-income countries. In response to this gap, Catholic Relief Services has developed a Couple Functionality Assessment Tool (CFAT) to capture valid and reliable data on various domains of relationship quality. This tool is designed to be used by interventions which aim to improve couple and family well-being as a means of …

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Ruark, A., Chase, R., Hembling, J., Davis, V. R., Perrin, P. C., & Brewster-Lee, D. (2017). Measuring couple relationship quality in a rural African population: Validation of a Couple Functionality Assessment Tool in Malawi. PLoS ONE, 12(11). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0188561

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