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Table 6 Regression results of the effect of conflict location on selected RMNCH indicators, South Kivu

From: Health services for women, children and adolescents in conflict affected settings: experience from North and South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo

IndicatorStableIntermediateConflict
Coefficient (95% CI)P valueCoefficient (95% CI)P value
ANC1Ref.16.92 (− 4.71 to 38.56)0.1253.92 (−19.10 to 26.95)0.739
DPT1Ref.12.37 (3.69 to 21.07)0.005−0.18 (−11.97 to 9.61)0.831
DPT3Ref.7.49 (−1.68 to 16.66)0.109−4.71 (−16.29 to 6.80)0.423
Institutional DeliveriesRef.10.89 (−1.51 to 23.27)0.085−0.41 (−12.96 to 12.13)0.948
Cesarean sectionRef.−0.08 (− 0.1 to 0.83)0.860−1.61 (−2.78 to − 0.44)0.007
Institutional stillbirth rateRef.0.34 (0.11 to 0.58)0.0040.29 (−0.08 to 0.66)0.122
Institutional Maternal Mortality RatioRef.1.71 (−30.19 to 33.61)0.91632.12 (−4.17 to 68.40)0.083
  1. Ref.: reference category. Conflict location variable has 3 categories corresponding to least insecure (stable), intermediate and conflict territories. Estimates were adjusted for population size, annual number of conflict events, reporting completeness rate and the year