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Table 1 Prevalence of stunting and age-specific stunting in pooled sample comparing rural, urban-poor, and urban non-poor populations (2000-2018)

From: Understanding urban inequalities in children’s linear growth outcomes: a trend and decomposition analysis of 39,049 children in Bangladesh (2000-2018)

  Rural Urban Poor Urban Non-poor
Stunted% (95% CI) N Stunted% (95% CI) N Stunted% (95% CI) N
All 43.2 (42.3, 44.2) 30603 48.3 (45.5-51.2) 2207 29.5 (28.0-31.1) 6542
0-5 months 20.9 (19.2, 22.8) 3005 16.9 (12.8, 22.0) 221 16.0 (13.2, 19.2) 617
6-11 months 24.3 (22.5, 26.2) 3195 30.5 (25.0, 36.5) 233 17.3 (14.3, 20.7) 628
12-23 months 45.9 (44.3, 47.5) 6154 54.5 (49.3, 59.6) 463 33.6 (30.5, 36.8) 1365
24-35 months 51.8 (50.0, 53.6) 5953 56.1 (51.6, 60.4) 445 34.7 (31.8, 37.7) 1289
36-47 months 51.5 (49.9, 53.2) 6110 60.4 (55.7, 64.9) 424 32.9 (30.1-35.7) 1313
48-59 months 44.8 (43.1, 46.5) 6186 47.6 (43.2, 52.1) 421 29.1 (26.0-32.3) 1330
  1. Notes: Weighted percentages; standard errors clustered at the survey-cluster level