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Table 1 Logistic regression assessing the effect of household socio-economic status on ITN ownership after the net distribution campaigns

From: Can universal insecticide-treated net campaigns achieve equity in coverage and use? the case of northern Nigeria

Factors Number of households Number of households with at least one ITN (%) Odd Ratios (95% CI)
Total number of households 987 650 (65.9)  
Wealth quintiles    
   Lowest 196 117 (59.7) 1.18 (0.63; 2.22)
   Second 197 134 (68.0) 1.44 (0.77; 2.70)
   Third 198 134 (67.7) 1.29 (0.70; 2.36)
   Fourth 198 138 (69.7) 1.48 (0.82; 2.69)
   Highest 198 127 (64.1) 1
Campaign wave    
   Wave1 (May 2009) 492 309 (62.8) 1
   Wave2 (July 2009) 495 341 (68.9) 0.93 (0.64; 1.36)
Place of residence    
   Urban 294 202 (68.7) 1
   Rural 693 448 (64.6) 0.89 (0.58; 1.37)
Education level of head of household   
   None 653 411 (62.9) 1
   Primary 168 130 (77.4) 2.31 (1.32; 4.05)
   Secondary 118 77 (65.3) 1.35 (0.71; 2.57)
   Higher 29 24 (82.8) 7.88 (2.21; 28.10)
   Missing 19 11 (57.9)  
Size of the household    
   1 member 62 38 (61.3)  
   2-4 members 460 315 (68.5) 0.44 (0.19; 0.99)
   5-7 members 359 226 (63.0) 0.3 (0.12; 0.71)
   8 and more members 106 71 (67.0) 0.3 (0.11; 0.82)
Pregnant woman in the household   
   Yes 122 83 (68.0) 0.89 (0.50; 1.58)
   No 865 567 (65.5) 1
Under five in the household    
   Yes 625 415 (66.4) 1.18 (0.77; 1.79)
   No 362 235 (64.9) 1
Household present at distribution point   
   Yes 694 601 (86.6) 38.49 (25.26; 58.66)
   No 293 49 (16.7)  
  1. Bolded: Statistically significant (p value < 0.05)