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Table 4 Household factors associated with houses that had window screens in the population

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

DistrictsBagamoyoUlanga
ModelsUnivariateMultivariableUnivariateMultivariable
CovariatesOR95% CIOR95% CIP-valueOR95% CIOR95% CIP-value
Household size
 1 to 51 1 0.0011 1 0.833
 6 to 200.820.74–0.920.680.59–0.771.851.28–2.691.050.67–1.66
Age group of HH head
 18–241 1 0.001
 25–490.850.70–1.030.760.61–0.94
 50–990.420.34–0.510.420.33–0.53
Gender of HH head
 Male1 1 0.409
 Female0.870.77–0.971.060.92–1.22
Households with pregnant women
 No1 1 0.2081 1 0.123
 Yes1.331.03–1.721.20.90–1.591.720.82–3.632.050.85–4.93
Level of formal education of HH Head
 None1 1 0.001
 Primary2.292.02–2.611.541.33–1.79
 Secondary and above4.813.87–6.002.11.64–2.70
House size
 Small and average1 1 0.0011 1 0.001
 Large1.871.69–2.072.061.82–2.345.223.66–7.462.911.86–4.53
Wealth Quintile
 Lowest1 1 0.0011 1 0.001
 Low2.21.88–2.562.281.93–2.684.81.06–21.704.611.01–21.06
 Middle3.663.12–4.303.332.81–3.9410.072.33–43.498.922.03–39.19
 High3.332.84–3.913.182.68–3.7813.433.16–57.0811.32.60–49.15
 Highest9.097.55–10.957.886.44–9.6555.1513.38–227.3241.549.67–178.54
Access to ITNs
 No1 1 0.0011 1 0.06
 Yes1.461.31–1.621.31.15–1.471.60.76–3.362.230.92–5.40
  1. The first level in each variable with the value 1 represents the reference group