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Table 1 Showing VAS coverage by child, maternal and sociodemographic characteristics

From: Inequitable coverage of vitamin A supplementation in Nigeria and implications for childhood blindness

Variable n % OR 95% (LCI-UCI) p Adjusted OR 95% (LCI-UCI) p
Child Factors
 Age group
  6_11 3195 35.8 1    1   
  12_23 5717 44.1 1.43 (1.29–1.59) < 0.001 1.55 (1.39–1.73) < 0.001
  24_35 5111 43.1 1.35 (1.21–1.50) < 0.001 1.46 (1.30–1.64) < 0.001
  36_47 5322 40.5 1.22 (1.09–1.35) < 0.001 1.37 (1.23–1.54) < 0.001
  48_59 4982 41.3 1.26 (1.13–1.40) < 0.001 1.42 (1.27–1.60) < 0.001
 Sex
  Female 12,042 41.3 1      
  Male 12,285 41.8 1.02 (0.96–1.09) 0.47    
Maternal Factors
 Mother’s Education
  No education 11,198 25 1    1   
  Primary 5005 47.9 2.75 (2.54–2.98) < 0.001 1.66 (1.50–1.82) < 0.001
  Secondary 6560 59.6 4.41 (4.09–4.76) < 0.001 2.02 (1.82–2.24) < 0.001
   > Secondary 1564 75 8.97 (7.76–10.37) < 0.001 3.27 (2.75–3.89) < 0.001
Sociodemographic Factors
 Residence
  Rural 16,030 34.7 1    1   
  Urban 8297 53.5 2.16 (2.03–2.30) < 0.001 0.87 (0.80–0.94) 0.001
 Region
  North West 7566 26.1 1    1   
  North East 4936 31.3 1.28 (1.18–1.41) < 0.001 1.25 (1.14–1.37) < 0.001
  North Central 3644 45.5 2.36 (2.15–2.60) < 0.001 1.56 (1.41–1.73) < 0.001
  South South 2930 65.5 5.37 (4.82–5.98) < 0.001 2.38 (2.10–2.69) < 0.001
  South East 2190 56.7 3.71 (3.30–4.16) < 0.001 1.76 (1.53–2.00) < 0.001
  South West 3061 65.3 5.32 (4.80–5.91) < 0.001 2.3 (2.04–2.60) < 0.001
 Wealth Quintile
  Poorest 5324 21 1    1   
  Poorer 5504 31 1.69 (1.53–1.86) < 0.001 1.35 (1.22–1.50) < 0.001
  Middle 4859 43.3 2.86 (2.59–3.16) < 0.001 1.72 (1.54–1.92) < 0.001
  Richer 4589 53.2 4.26 (3.85–4.71) < 0.001 2.06 (1.82–2.34) <0.001
  Richest 4051 67.6 7.83 (7.03–8,71) <0.001 2.81 (2.41–3.28) <0.001