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Table 1 Socio-demographic and economic characteristics of the study population

From: Complete basic childhood vaccination and associated factors among children aged 12–23 months in East Africa: a multilevel analysis of recent demographic and health surveys

Variable Frequency Percentage (%)
Country
 Burundi 1323 7.0
 Ethiopia 1945 10.3
 Kenya 3673 19.5
 Comoros 618 3.3
 Madagascar 1139 6.1
 Malawi 1066 5.7
 Mozambique 2280 12.1
 Rwanda 762 4.1
 Tanzania 2086 11.1
 Uganda 916 4.9
 Zambia 1846 9.8
 Zimbabwe 1156 6.1
Residence
 Rural 14,293 76.0
 Urban 4518 24.0
Sex of child
 Male 9410 50.1
 Female 9401 49.9
Maternal age
 15–24 6473 34.4
 25–34 8716 46.3
 ≥ 35 3622 19.3
Maternal education
 No 4434 23.6
 Primary 9687 51.5
 Secondary and above 4690 24.9
Husband education
 No 3025 16.1
 Primary 7437 39.5
 Secondary and above 8349 44.4
Household wealth status
 Poor 8639 45.9
 Middle 3680 19.6
 Rich 6492 34.5
Marital status
 Single 1046 5.6
 Married 16,224 86.2
 Widowed/divorced/separated 1541 8.2
Sex of household head
 Male 14,492 77.0
 Female 4319 23.0
Media exposure
 No 6340 33.7
 Yes 12,471 66.3
Community poverty
 Low 11,064 58.8
 High 7747 41.2
Community women education
 Low 14,554 77.4
 High 4257 22.6
Community media exposure
 Low 12,838 68.3
 High 5973 31.7