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Table 1 Assets owned by families in the two study areas

From: Effects of agricultural biodiversity and seasonal rain on dietary adequacy and household food security in rural areas of Kenya

Household assets Akithii N = 261 Uringu N = 264 Total for both divisions Chi-square p-values
  N % N % N %  
Own home 261 99.6 258 98.5 519 99.1 Χ = 1.829; p = 0.176
Television set 34 13 39 14.9 73 14.0 Χ = 0.421; p = 0.517
Radio 156 59.5 181 69.1 337 64.3 Χ = 5.487; p = 0.019*
Vehicle 2 0.8 6 2.3 8 1.6 Χ = 2.047; p = 0.153
Bicycle 135 51.5 121 8.0 256 29.8 Χ = 0.017; p = 0.896
Wheelbarrow 23 8.8 25 9.5 48 9.2 Χ = 0.100; p = 0.751
Sofa set 134 51.1 100 38.2 234 44.7 Χ = 9.202; p = 0.002**
Cell phone 194 74.0 183 69.8 377 71.9 Χ = 1.204; p = 0.272
Vegetable garden 75 28.6 101 38.5 176 33.6 Χ = 5.940; p = 0.015*
Fruit trees 81 30.9 206 78.6 287 54.8 Χ = 119.689; Χ = p < 0.001***
  1. *p <0.05; **p<0.01; ***p< 0.001.