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Table 5 Weighted proportions of women receiving two doses of intermittent preventative treatment in pregnancy by sociodemographic characteristics

From: Nationwide evaluation of malaria infections, morbidity, mortality, and coverage of malaria control interventions in Madagascar

Variable Category N n IPTp % [95% CI]
Age group 15-24 years 305 62 20.2 [14.1-26.3]
25-34 years 269 62 23.2 [16.9-29.5]
35-49 years 111 23 20.8 [11.4-30.2]
SES quintiles 1st (poorest) 156 37 23.9 [16.7-31.1]
2nd 130 31 23.9 [12.4-35.4]
3rd 144 21 14.5 [8.4-20.7]
4th 129 32 24.4 [16.5-32.4]
5th (wealthiest) 126 26 20.9 [14.5-27.2]
Level of education Unknown 0 0 -
None 114 18 15.7 [8.3-23.1]
Primary 307 71 23.2 [17.0-29.4]
Lower secondary 196 39 19.9 [12.9-27.0]
Upper secondary 51 17 33.6 [18.5-48.7]
Tertiary 16 2 9.8 [0.0-25.5]
Transmission pattern East 206 55 26.7 [16.9-36.4]
West 147 35 23.5 [17.1-29.9]
South 52 5 10.3 [7.0-13.5]
Fringe 100 33 32.7 [23.9-41.5]
Highlands 181 20 10.9 [5.8-16.0]
Population density Low 418 104 24.8 [18.5-31.2]
Intermediate 182 28 15.3 [10.1-20.6]
High 85 15 18.0 [8.4-27.7]
  1. Weighted numbers and proportions of women having received two doses of IPTp among pregnant women over four months of gestational age or women having delivered in previous 12 months, according to sociodemographic characteristics.