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Table 3 Wealth quintiles and concentration indices for exposure to PSI interventions

From: Equity monitoring for social marketing: use of wealth quintiles and the concentration index for decision making in HIV prevention, family planning, and malaria programs

Exposure N Overall Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 χ2 C. Index SEC.Index
Nepal Malaria Survey a
% saw PSI-branded leaflet or poster 1,503 64 50 59 59 71 78 <0.001* 0.085* 0.011
% received an at home visit regarding LLIN 1,503 28 23 26 27 31 30 0.221 0.056* 0.024
Nepal Family Planning Survey
% heard or saw any IUD health message 818b 41 29 31 38 38 48 0.004** 0.096* 0.024
% saw PSI-branded IUD leaflet or poster 1,036c 54 35 37 44 54 71 <0.001** 0.149* 0.016
Burkina Faso HIV Survey (youth, aged 15-24)
% exposed to any of 3 ads 550d 51 13 37 28 48 81 <0.001** 0.236* 0.027
  1. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01
  2. a: Respondents were pregnant women or caregivers of children under five in sampled households
  3. b: Respondents were all non-pregnant women surveyed who had ever heard of an IUD
  4. c. Respondents were all non-pregnant women surveyed
  5. d: Respondents were all youth surveyed who had seen any ad on HIV in the past two years
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