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Table 2 Association between household factors and having access to ITNs for two potential sleepers in the population

From: Household factors associated with access to insecticide-treated nets and house modification in Bagamoyo and Ulanga districts, Tanzania

DistrictsBagamoyoUlanga
ModelsUnivariateMultivariableUnivariateMultivariable
Co-variatesOR95% CIOR95% CIP-valueOR95% CIOR95% CIP-value
Household size
 1–51 1 0.0011 1 0.001
 6 and above0.720.64–0.810.630.55–0.71 0.220.14–0.330.310.18–0.52 
Age group of HH head
 18–241 1 0.041
 25–491.241.03–1.491.261.04–1.53 
 50 and above1.140.94–1.381.160.94–1.43 
Gender of HH head
 Male1 1 0.101
 Female1.110.98–1.251.120.98–1.28 
Households with pregnant women
 No1 1 0.9101 1 0.170
 Yes0.930.73–1.201.020.78–1.32 0.260.13 - 0.540.510.19 - 1.32 
Level of formal Education of HH head
 None1 1 0.001
 Primary1.321.16–1.501.311.13–1.52 
 Secondary and above2.041.65–2.521.551.22–1.96 
House size
 Small and average1 1 0.0011 1 0.010
 Large1.591.71–1.961.581.39–1.78 1.260.77–2.062.341.20–4.58 
House entry protected
 None1 1 0.0011 1 0.063
 Closed eaves1.330.91–1.950.950.64–1.43 1.731.12–2.671.721.00–2.93 
 Screened windows1.341.20–1.501.271.12–1.44 1.460.60–3.521.750.62–4.95 
 Screened windows and closed eaves2.552.08–3.111.531.21–1.94 4.020.96–16.914.410.93–20.90 
Wealth Quintile
 Lowest1 1 0.0011 1 0.041
 Low1.050.90–1.230.860.73–1.02 0.150.05–0.420.220.07–0.67 
 Middle1.211.03–1.421.010.85–1.20 0.180.06–0.530.270.09–0.86 
 High1.191.02–1.400.870.73–1.03 0.190.06–0.550.240.08–0.77 
 Highest2.412.03–2.871.411.15–1.73 0.280.09–0.860.220.06–0.76 
  1. The first level in each variable with the value 1 represents the reference group