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Table 4 Factors related to receipt of IPTi complete coverage (both IPTi-1 and IPTi-2) among infants ≥ 14 weeks (n = 444)

From: Evaluation of health system readiness and coverage of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in infants (IPTi) in Kambia district to inform national scale-up in Sierra Leone

Variable Complete IPTi-1/2 coverage, n/N, (%) p-value from Chi-square testa
Caregiver schooling
 Ever attended 76/139 (53.7) 0.826
 Never attended 159/305 (55.4)
Caregiver literacy
 None 183/350 (55.0) 0.820
 Partial 29/54 (51.3)
 Full 23/40 (58.9)
Caregiver heard/saw a new way to prevent infants from getting malaria
 Yes 184/295 (64.5)  < 0.001
 No 51/149 (35.0)
Child slept under net last night
 Yes 215/395 (55.6) 0.561
 No 20/49 (49.7)
Household wealth quintile
 1 (lowest) 48/92 (65.2) 0.189
 2 50/89 (64.0)
 3 40/88 (58.0)
 4 48/94 (61.7)
 5 (highest) 49/81 (75.3)
  1. aWith Rao-Scott correction to account for complex survey design