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Table 3 Results of the hierarchic multiple linear regression analysis of WHODAS score (n = 1440)

From: Comparative analysis of the health status of the population in six health zones in South Kivu: a cross-sectional population study using the WHODAS

Variables Model 1 Model 2
Unstandardized coefficients B Standardized coefficients B p Unstandardized coefficients B Standardized coefficients B p
Age 0.377 0.290 < 0.001 0.356 0.274 < 0.001
Sex 4.109 0.091 0.001 5.776 0.129 < 0.001
Marital statues 2.053 0.074 0.01 2.147 0.077 0.003
Respondent’s occupation −2.447 − 0.137 < 0.001 −1.334 −0.075 0.002
Membership of an association 0.939 0.068 0.006 5.944 0.100 < 0.001
Number of children < 5 years old in the household 0.975 0.070 0.004 0.224 0.016 0.485
Type of housing −2.235 −0.071 0.006 −1.838 − 0.059 0.014
Number of adults in the household −0.910 −0.085 0.001 −0.348 − 0.033 0.163
Socio-economic status 0.191 0.006 0.803 0.415 0.014 0.595
Level of crisis of the HZ 6.780 0.387 < 0.001
R2 0.177    0.312   
F 33.497    63.422   
Significance of the model < 0.001    < 0.001   
Variation of R2 0.177    0.135   
F of the variation of R2 33.497    273.927   
Significance of the variation of R2 < 0.001    < 0.001   
AICa 8475.396    8225.278   
  1. Coding information: Sexe: 0 = Male, 1 = Female; marital status: 0 = never married, 1 = married, 2 = separated or divorced, 3 = widowed; Respondent’s occupation: 0 = formal employee, 1 = part-time employee, 2 = small trader, 3 = cultivator, 4 = unemployed; Member of saving organization: 0 = No, 1 = Yes; Housing: 0 = temporary, 1 = semi-permanent, 2 = permanent; Socioeconomic status: 0 = low, 1 = medium, 2 = elevate; Level of crisis: 0 = reachable stable, 1 = reachable landlocked, 2 = Intermediate, 3 = crisis;a AIC Akaike information criteria