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Table 3 Logistic regression model results of the association between household sanitary facilities and diarrhea among children under age five within the two weeks preceding the survey in India (2005-06), N = 25,285

From: Household sanitation facilities and women’s risk of non-partner sexual violence in India

  Odds ratio
  (95 % CI) p-value
Sanitation facilities
 Toilet 1 NA
 Pit 1 · 44 0 · 01
  (1 · 11 – 1 · 86)  
 Open air 1 · 27 0 · 004
  (1 · 08 – 1 · 49)  
Respondent’s demographic characteristics
 Education 1 · 00 0 · 87
  (0 · 99 – 1 · 01)  
 Age 0 · 97 <0 · 001
  (0 · 96 – 0 · 98)  
Relationship status
 Never married 1 NA
 Married 5 · 60 0 · 01
  (1 · 45 – 21 · 70)  
 Widowed 3 · 40 0 · 12
  (0 · 73 – 15 · 79)  
 Not living together 4 · 57 0 · 06
  (0 · 95 – 21 · 94)  
Caste/ religion
 Upper caste Hindu 1 NA
 SC/ST Hindu 1 · 13 0 · 17
  (0 · 95 – 1 · 35)  
 OBC Hindu 1 · 23 0 · 02
  (1 · 03 – 1 · 47)  
 Lower class Muslim 1 · 59 <0 · 001
  (1 · 23 – 2 · 05)  
 Forward class Muslim 1 · 40 0 · 003
  (1 · 12 – 1 · 76)  
 Other SC/ST, Christian, Buddhist 1 · 48 0 · 02
  (1 · 06 – 2 · 05)  
 Other 1 · 31 0 · 08
  (0 · 97 – 1 · 76)  
City size
 Mega city 1 NA
 Large city 1 · 11 0 · 57
  (0 · 78 – 1 · 58)  
 Small city 1 · 35 0 · 09
  (0 · 96 – 1 · 90)  
 Large town 1 · 77 0 · 01
  (1 · 15 – 2 · 73)  
 Small town 1 · 15 0 · 45
  (0 · 81 – 1 · 63)  
 Rural 1 · 19 0 · 26
  (0 · 88 – 1 · 61)  
Geographic region
 North 1 NA
 North-central 1 · 12 0 · 29
  (0 · 91 – 1 · 37)  
 North-east 0 · 89 0 · 44
  (0 · 65 – 1 · 21)  
 East 0 · 89 0 · 27
  (0 · 72 – 1 · 10)  
 West 1 · 13 0 · 30
  (0 · 90 – 1 · 43)  
 South 0 · 59 <0 · 001
  (0 · 47 – 0 · 74)  
Household assets
 Electricity in home 1 · 08 0 · 34
 Roof material (0 · 92 – 1 · 26)  
 Natural 1 NA
 Man-made, semi-permanent 0 · 89 0 · 31
  (0 · 72 – 1 · 11)  
 Man-made, permanent 1 · 05 0 · 59
  (0 · 89 – 1 · 23)  
Constant 0 · 03 <0 · 001
  (0 · 01 – 0 · 14)  
  1. Note. 95 % CI in parentheses