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Table 3 Associations of socio-economic resources and WHO breastfeeding indicators amongst children in Nicaragua

From: Socio-economic resources, young child feeding practices, consumption of highly processed snacks and sugar-sweetened beverages: a population-based survey in rural northwestern Nicaragua

  Not met exclusive breastfeeding 0–5 m Not met continued breastfeeding 12–15 m
  Unadjusted Adjusted 11 Adjusted 22 Unadjusted Adjusted 11 Adjusted 22
Socio-economic resources OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Housing quality3       
  Lowest 0.51 (0.24,1.08) 0.57 (0.24,1.36) 1.08 (0.40,2.90) 0.86 (0.32, 2.30) 0.63 (0.21,1.91) 0.71 (0.22, 2.33)
  Middle 0.53 (0.25,1.14) 0.60 (0.25,1.43) 0.75 (0.30,1.90) 1.28 (0.50, 3.24) 1.16 (0.43,3.13) 1.08 (0.36, 3.18)
  Highest Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
Maternal education3       
  <5 years 0.20** (0.09,0.47) 0.20** (0.08,0.51) 0.19** (0.07,0.51) 0.89 (0.30, 2.66) 0.61 (0.19,2.02) 0.65 (0.17,2.47)
  5-9 years 0.34** (0.15,0.75) 0.51 (0.21,1.26) 0.50 (0.20,1.26) 1.10 (0.38, 3.18) 1.22 (0.40,3.70) 1.23 (0.36,4.19)
  ≥10 years Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
Household food insecurity3       
  Highest 0.57 (0.28,1.16) 0.54 (0.24,1.21) 0.58 (0.25,1.35) 1.41 (0.51,3.87) 1.22 (0.42,3.54) 1.50 (0.49,4.64)
  Middle 0.77 (0.38,1.57) 0.67 (0.30,1.53) 0.71 (0.29,1.69) 1.94 (0.76,4.96) 2.26 (0.83,6.14) 2.37 (0.85,6.59)
  Lowest Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
  1. WHO, World Health Organization; OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence intervals; 1Adjusted for child age, maternal age, municipality; 2Adjusted for housing quality, maternal education, household food insecurity, child age, maternal age, municipality; 3n/N-values may be larger in housing quality and household food insecurity analyses; **Significance level at <0.05.