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Table 6 Relationship between BFCI and minimum acceptable diet

From: Effectiveness of Baby Friendly Community Initiative (BFCI) on complementary feeding in Koibatek, Kenya: a randomized control study

Variable Unadjusted OR (95% Cl) p value Adjusted OR (95% Cl) p value
Study group
 Control 1.00   1.00  
 Intervention 2.66 (1.55–4.57) < 0.001 4.61 (2.17–9.78) < 0.001
Age of mother
 <20 years 1.00   1.00  
 21–30 years 0.46 (0.18–1.11) 0.086 0.21 (0.49–0.91) 0.037
 31–40 years 0.18 (0.06–0.49) 0.001 0.11 (0.01–0.67) 0.057
 41–49 years 0.11 (0.02–0.48) 0.003 0.03 (0.01–0.17) 0.987
Education level
 No education 1.00   1.00  
 Primary 1.28 (0.75–2.19) 0.349 0.51 (0.25–1.00) 0.051
 Secondary/Tertiary 3.38 (1.08–10.58) 0.036 1.01 (0.26–3.87) 0.986
Marital status
 Unmarried 1.00   1.00  
 Married 1.25 (0.38–4.05) 0.710 1.01 (0.23–4.33) 0.346
Religion
 Christian 1.00   1.00  
 Muslim 0.81 (0.42–1.46) 0.548 2.87 (1.24–6.62) 0.013
Income source
 No income 1.00   1.00  
 Merchant/trader 3.41 (0.96–12.13) 0.057 1.64 (0.52–1.99) 0.989
 Permanent job 1.19 (0.59–2.38) 0.611 0.49 (0.14–1.61) 0.242
  1. Logistic regression analysis; p = 0.05 at 95% CI
  2. The multivariate model was adjusted for mother’s age, education level, marital status, religion and main source of income