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Table 3 Weighted forest-going and activities in forest

From: The use of respondent‑driven sampling to assess febrile illness treatment-seeking behaviours among forest-goers in Cambodia and Vietnam

  Cambodia Vietnam
Weighted population proportion [Bootstrapped 95% CI] Unweighted sample, N Weighted population proportion [Bootstrapped 95% CI] Unweighted sample, N
Reasons for going to the foresta
 Wood 85.1 [80.9–88.8] 675 17.9 [14.3–22.1] 648
 Charcoal 14.7 [10.3–20.1] 675
 Bamboo 15.4 [10.7–21.0] 675
 Fishing 14.5 [11.4–17.9] 648
 Rubber plantation 19.4 [14.1–25.6] 648
 Cashew plantation 28.0 [21.8–34.4] 648
 Wheat plantation 27.7 [22.4–33.3] 648
 Others 7.5 [5.3–10.3] 675 35.5 [28.7–42.8] 648
Number of reasons for going to forest
 One 78.4 [73.9–82.7] 524 49.7 [43.8–55.6] 292
 Two 18.6 [14.6–22.7] 123 41.7 [35.9–47.4] 250
 Three or more 3.0 [1.6–4.6] 28 8.6 [6.0–11.2] 106
Nights spent in forest in last 30 days
 Short [≤ 7 days] 71.1 [66.8–74.8] 434 54.2 [47.5–60.8] 401
 Medium [8–14 days] 20.5 [16.9–24.3] 161 23.6 [18.6–29.0] 138
 Long [15 + days] 8.5 [6.4–10.9] 80 22.3 [16.7–28.3] 109
Last time in forest
 7 days or less 69.8 [65.0–74.7] 471 76.6 [71.1–82.1] 471
 8–14 days 10.4 [7.6–13.1] 71 9.4 [4.8–14.0] 56
 15 + days 19.8 [15.9–24.0] 133 14.0 [10.4–17.6] 121
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