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Table 4 Predicting factors of a household with enough ITNs (one net per two people) on survey day among those that received at least one net from a universal coverage campaign

From: Multi-country comparison of delivery strategies for mass campaigns to achieve universal coverage with insecticide-treated nets: what works best?

Factors of associationa All (n = 3458) Uganda (n = 491)
Adjusted OR 95 % CI P value Adjusted OR 95 % CI P value
UC allocation by sleeping place (vs by people) 1.63 1.07–2.48 0.025 1.60 1.02–2.52 0.042
Wealth quintile
 Lowest 1.00   <0.001 1.00   0.172
 Second 1.09 0.78–1.53 1.21 0.59–2.46
 Middle 1.39 1.01–1.91 1.40 0.72–2.71
 Fourth 1.66 1.19–2.31 1.48 0.76–2.91
 Highest 1.91 1.37–2.64 2.79 1.20–6.53
Household of four people or more (vs three or less) 0.25 0.18–0.35 <0.001 0.42 0.24–0.76 0.005
Household with any child under five (vs no child under five) 0.37 0.30–0.47 <0.001 0.20 0.10–0.38 <0.001
  1. CI confidence interval, ITN insecticide-treated net, OR odds ratio, UC universal coverage
  2. aAll models included the survey to reflect the structure of the data (results not shown)