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Table 6 Effect of conflict on vaccination (odds ratio) (full model)

From: Effect of armed conflict on vaccination: evidence from the Boko haram insurgency in northeastern Nigeria

  Ever vaccinated (1) BCG (2) DPT1 (3)
Conflict at Birth month 0.528**[0.309,0.901] 0.550** [0.321,0.942] 0.520** [0.303,0.892]
Mother’s age 0.995 [0.971,1.020] 1.034*** [1.008,1.060] 1.020 [0.994,1.046]
Mother’s education (Comparison: No education)
 Primary 2.661*** [2.000,3.542] 2.651*** [1.996,3.521] 3.156*** [2.365,4.211]
 Secondary 6.097*** [4.185,8.884] 5.424*** [3.834,7.672] 5.063*** [3.600,7.121]
 Higher 3.840*** [1.914,7.702] 4.255*** [2.169,8.346] 5.855*** [2.969,11.546]
Muslim 0.407*** [0.281,0.590] 0.278*** [0.193,0.401] 0.293*** [0.202,0.424]
Married 0.384*** [0.209,0.704] 0.501** [0.284,0.882] 0.452*** [0.255,0.803]
Number of HH members 1.055*** [1.014,1.098] 1.041** [1.000,1.084] 1.045** [1.003,1.089]
Number of children under 5 0.868** [0.778,0.970] 0.935 [0.835,1.048] 0.933 [0.831,1.046]
Wealth index (Comparison = poorest)
 Poorer 1.844*** [1.439,2.362] 2.022*** [1.548,2.641] 2.572*** [1.954,3.385]
 Middle 2.695*** [1.982,3.664] 2.599*** [1.880,3.593] 3.324*** [2.384,4.635]
 Richer 5.128*** [3.425,7.678] 5.753*** [3.832,8.637] 6.260*** [4.135,9.478]
 Richest 6.224*** [3.504,11.055] 8.914*** [5.062,15.698] 8.964*** [5.144,15.621]
Rural 1.143 [0.864,1.513] 1.154 [0.866,1.539] 1.493*** [1.113,2.003]
Child = girl 1.109 [0.912,1.347] 1.072 [0.874,1.314] 0.981 [0.797,1.207]
Birth order 1.063* [0.997,1.132] 0.997 [0.934,1.064] 1.034 [0.968,1.105]
N 2410 2405 2401
  1. Notes: The sample is 2413 mothers who are in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa state. We use logistic regression. The main independent variable “conflict” takes 1 if the conflict occurred within 30 km from each mother. Covariates include child’s age and birth year&month
  2. ** significant at 5%, and *** significant at 1%