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Table 7 Effect of conflict on vaccination (30 km)

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

  Ever vaccinated (1) BCG (2) DPT1 (3) Ever vaccinated (4) BCG (5) DPT1 (6) Ever vaccinated (7) BCG (8) DPT1 (9) Ever vaccinated (10) BCG (11) DPT1 (12)
Conflict at Birth month 0.537*** [0.339,0.850] 0.555** [0.347,0.888] 0.530*** [0.329,0.854]          
Conflict at 1 month after birth     0.607** [0.386,0.954] 0.445*** [0.278,0.713] 0.569** [0.355,0.914]       
Conflict at 2 month after birth        0.609** [0.396,0.936] 0.539*** [0.345,0.843] 0.487*** [0.306,0.774]    
Conflict at 3 month after birth           0.682* [0.455,1.022] 0.622** [0.410,0.944] 0.776 [0.507,1.187]
N 2410 2405 2401 2410 2405 2401 2410 2405 2401 2410 2405 2401
Covariates X X X X X X X X X X X X
  1. Notes: The sample is 2413 mothers who are in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa state. We use logistic regression. The independent variable “conflict” takes 1 if the conflict occurred within 30 km from each mother. Covariates include child’s age, birth year, sex of child, birth order, age of mother, education level of mother, marital status, religion, number of HH members, number of children under 5, wealth level
  2. * significant at 10%, ** significant at 5%, and *** significant at 1%