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Table 5 Household factors associated with houses that had closed eaves in the population

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

DistrictsBagamoyoUlanga
ModelsUnivariateMultivariable Univariate Multivariable P-value
CovariatesOR95% CIOR95% CIP-valueOR95% CIOR95% CI
Household size
 1 to 51 1 0.0741 1 0.711
 6 to 200.880.75–1.030.840.69–1.02 1.311.15–1.490.940.70–1.28 
Age group of HH head
 18–241 1 0.010z
 25–491.110.87–1.431.080.81–1.46 
 50–990.710.54–0.920.810.58–1.12 
Gender of HH head
 Male1 1 0.817
 Female0.820.69–0.980.980.80–1.20 
Households with pregnant women
 No1 1 0.1261 1 0.928
 Yes0.780.53–1.130.720.48–1.11 0.750.42 - 1.340.970.53 - 1.80 
Level of formal Education of HH Head
 None1 1 0.001
 Primary2.371.83–3.071.551.16–2.08 
 Secondary and above8.446.32–11.272.892.06–4.05 
House size
 Small and average1 1 0.4061 1 0.001
 Large1.561.36–1.801.080.90–1.30 0.460.36–0.600.540.39–0.73 
Wealth Quintile
 Lowest1 1 0.0011 1 0.057
 Low1.561.07–2.281.461.00–2.13 1.380.96–1.991.621.10–2.37 
 Middle1.651.14–2.401.521.05–2.21 1.040.72–1.501.390.93–2.06 
 High2.261.59–3.231.941.35–2.78 0.690.48–1.001.030.69–1.53 
 Highest21.7115.93–29.5915.5511.29–21.44 0.720.50–1.041.300.84–2.00 
Access to ITNs
 No1 1 0.0841 1 0.025
 Yes1.911.61–2.271.190.98–1.45 1.761.16–2.671.721.07–2.77 
  1. The first level in each variable with the value 1 represents the reference group