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Table 2 Factors associated with complete vaccination of children aged 12-23 months in 1998 and 2003 (multivariable analyses)

From: Rates of coverage and determinants of complete vaccination of children in rural areas of Burkina Faso (1998-2003)

Variables Child completely vaccinated    
  1998   2003  
  Model 1 Model 2 Model 1 Model 2
  OR
(CI 95%)
OR
(CI 95%)
OR
(CI 95%)
OR
(CI 95%)
Standard of living     
Poor 1 1 - -
Well-off 1.9
(1.17-3.08)
1.88
(1.15-3.06)
-
-
-
-
Number of other children aged 5 or under     
Four children or more - - 1 1
Three children - - 1.20
(0.84 - 1.73)
1.19
(0.83 - 1.72)
Two children - - 1.36
(1.01 - 1.86)
1.35
(1.01 - 1.82)
One child at most - - 1.77
(1.26 - 2.48)
1.76
(1.25 - 2.47)
Continuity from prenatal care to assisted delivery     
Neither PNC nor institutional delivery 1 1 1 1
PNC or institutional delivery 3.13
(1.77-5.55)
3.04
(1.71-5.4)
3.44
(2.44 - 4.85)
3.42
(2.43 - 4.82)
PNC and institutional delivery 5.98
(3.36-10.64)
5.64
(3.16-10.05)
6.34
(4.42 - 9.09)
6.18
(4.30 - 8.89)
District level variable     
Proportion of educated women by district - 1.14
(1.01-1.27)
- 1.03
(0.99 - 1.08)
  1. In 1998, residual variances of complete vaccination were 1.94, 1.673, and 1.543, respectively, for model 0 (without predictor, with coefficient of -1.829), model 1 and model 2.
  2. In 2003, residual variances of complete vaccination were 0.267, 0.226, and 0.217, respectively, for the constant-only model, model 1 and model 2.