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Table 1 Demographic and household characteristics of 166 respondents in Busoro and Ruhuha sector, Rwanda

From: Monitoring mosquito nuisance for the development of a citizen science approach for malaria vector surveillance in Rwanda

Variables Busoro, n (%) Ruhuha, n (%) Total P
Gender
 Male 38 (45) 22 (26) 60 (36)  
 Female 46 (55) 60 (73) 106 (64) 0.014
Age
 19–24 7 (8) 8 (10) 15 (9)  
 25–44 31 (37) 42 (51) 73 (44)  
 45–59 35 (42) 23 (28) 58 (35)  
 > 60 11 (13) 9 (10) 12 (12) 0.222
Marital status
 Never married 4 (5) 7 (9) 11 (7)  
 Married 40 (48) 36 (44) 76 (46)  
 Living together 16 (19) 19 (23) 35 (21)  
 Separated (Divorce) 11 (13) 5 (6) 16 (10)  
 Widow 13 (16) 15 (18) 28 (17) 0.444
Education
 None 16 (19) 24 (29) 40 (24)  
 Incomplete primary 43 (51) 31 (38) 74 (45)  
 Primary 15 (18) 19 (23) 34 (21)  
 Incomplete secondary 5 (6) 3 (3) 8 (5)  
 Secondary 5 (6) 5 (5) 10 (5) 0.342
Occupation
 Farmer 82 (98) 73 (89) 155 (93)  
 Self-employed 0 (0) 2 (2) 2 (1)  
 Private officer 1 (1) 0 (0) 1 (1)  
 Student 0 (0) 1 (1) 1 (1)  
 Unemployed 1 (1) 6 (4) 7 (4) 0.088
Ubudehe category
 Category 1 12 (14) 16 (20) 28 (17)  
 Category 2 37 (44) 34 (42) 71 (43) 0.666
 Category 3 35 (42) 32 (39) 67 (36)  
Size of the household
 1 to 2 9 (11) 9 (11) 18 (11)  
 3 to 5 47 (56) 48 (58) 95 (57)  
 ≥ 6 28 (33) 25 (31) 53 (32) 0.925
Bed net ownership
 No 16 (19) 28 (34) 44 (27) 0.028
 Yes 68 (81) 54 (66) 122 (74)  
Mobile phone ownership
 No 45 (54) 45 (55) 90 (54) 0.866
 Yes 39 (46) 37 (45) 76 (46)  
  1. P-values are based on Chi-square analysis of the proportions between the two sectors