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Table 3 Factors associated with ITN utilization among pregnant women and under-five children, east Belessa District, northwest Ethiopia, 2020

From: Insecticide-treated net utilization and associated factors among pregnant women and under-five children in East Belessa District, Northwest Ethiopia: using the Health Belief model

Variables ITN utilization COR (95% CI) P-value AOR (95% CI)a P-value
Yes
n (%)
No
n (%)
Roof of the house       0.03
 Thatched-roof 73 (48.7) 77 (51.3) 1 0.03 1
 Corrugated iron 336 (58.5) 238 (41.5) 1.49 (1.04, 2.14) 1.53 (1.15, 2.22)
Residence       0.01
 Urban 85 (50) 85 (50) 1 0.05 1
 Rural 324 (58.5) 230 (41.5) 1.41 (1.00, 1.99) 1.59 (1.11, 2.28)
Number of rooms in the house       0.02
 1 305 (54.9) 251 (45.1) 1 0.11 1
  ≥ 2 104 (61.9) 64 (38.1) 1.34 (0.94, 1.90) 1.56 (1.06, 2.30)
Perceived barrier       0.00
 Low 248 (62.3) 150 (37.7) 1 0.001 1
 High 165 (50.6) 161 (49.4) 0.60 (0.44, 0.79) 0.53 (0.38, 0.74)
  1. a14 variables, including age of respondents, roof of the house, residence, PW or UFC care givers’ educational level, number of rooms in the house, family size, marital status, level of knowledge, perceived severity, perceived benefit, perceived barrier, perceived susceptibility, self-efficacy and clues to action have been entered to the adjusted model