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Table 4 Individual characteristics of mothers, Madagascar 2014

From: Malaria-related ideational factors and other correlates associated with intermittent preventive treatment among pregnant women in Madagascar

  %/Mean (range) n
Sociodemographic characteristics
 Age (years)
  18–24 46.5% 423
  25–34 36.7% 334
  35–44 16.3% 148
  44–50 0.6% 5
 Educational level
  No formal school 35.2% 318
  Some primary school 30.6% 277
  Completed primary school 25.4% 230
  Middle school or higher 8.8% 79
 Religion
  Christian 68.4% 622
  Traditional 23.6% 215
  Muslim 1.4% 13
  Other 6.6% 60
 Married or living with partner 82.4% 740
Ideational characteristics
 General malaria ideation 3.0 (0–5) 910
 IPTp/ANC ideation 1.8 (0–5) 910
Malaria message exposure
 Sources of exposure
  Agent de santé 25.7% 234
  Agent communautaire 27.5% 250
  Radio 23.7% 216
  Family/friend 4.6% 42
  Television 2.4% 29
 Mean source index 1 (0–5) n/a
 Level of source exposure to malaria messages
  No exposure (0) 41.8% 380
  Low exposure (1) 32.9% 299
  High exposure (2–5) 25.4% 231
ANC attendance
 Number of ANC visits 3.4 (0–11) 910
 No ANC visits 12.9% 117
 One ANC visit 3.6% 33
 Two ANC visits 8.7% 79
 Three ANC visits 19.2% 175
 Four or more ANC visits 55.6% 506