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Table 4 Consistent use of treated bed for children aged 0–47 months (in households with a least one treated net) and potential determinants of use

From: Socio-economic determinants of ownership and use of treated bed nets in Nigeria: results from a cross-sectional study in Cross River and Bauchi States in 2011

Factors Weighted % (fraction)
  Bauchi State Cross River State
Outcome   
Child always slept under a treated bed net 57 (5,666/9,757) 54 (4,662/8,366)
Child level characteristics   
Female child 50 (4,946/9,878) 51 (4,300/8,412)
Child less than two years of age 52 (5,178/9,879) 51 (4,329/8,412)
Mother has junior secondary education or higher - 65 (5,251/8,332)
Mother has some formal education 20 (2,052/9,867) -
Father has junior secondary education or higher 26 (2,558/9,779) 72 (5,736/8,054)
Mother received four or more ANC visits 46 (3,937/8,665) 44 (3,612/6,414)
Household level characteristics   
Child from a household with enough food in the previous week 91 (9,022/9,849) 83 (6,933/8,374)
Child from a household with self-perceived average or above financial situation 83 (8,021/9,869) 67 (5,533/8,387)
Child from a household where household head has higher paying occupation 22 (2,104/9,786) 43 (3,591/8,337)
Child from female-headed households 1 (49/9,874) 15 (1,255/8,408)
Child from a household with less than three children under three years in the household 55 (5,310/9,879) 82 (6,914/8,413)
Community level characteristics   
Child from urban community 19 (1,659/9,879) 31 (2,537/8,413)
Child from community with a formal health facility in the community 61 (6,237/9,879) 80 (6,631/8,264)