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Table 3 Bivariate analysis of factors associated with HepB-BD vaccination coverage within 24 h, (n:unweighted N = 629, %:Weighted N = 6417)

From: Vaccination against tuberculosis, polio and hepatitis B at birth in Podor health district, Northern Senegal: cross-sectional study of vaccination coverage and its associated factors

Variables HepB-BD vaccination coverage within 24 h p -value
Yes n (%) No n (%)  
Predisposing factors
 Child's mother's age (years)    0.894
   < 20 38 (44.3%) 52 (55.7%)  
  20–29 135 (40.7%) 191 (59.3%)  
   > 30 92 (42.1%) 121 (57.9%)  
 Mother’s education    0.503
  No 137 (39.9%) 215 (60.1%)  
  Yes 128 (43.5%) 149 (56.5%)  
 Marital status    0.817
  Unmarried 8 (38.0%) 15 (62.0%)  
  Married 257 (41.7%) 349 (58.3%)  
 Profession of the child's father    0.703
  Employment 254 (41.8%) 344 (58.2%)  
  Unemployed 11 (37.5%) 20 (62.5%)  
 Sex of child    0.102
  Female 118 (37.0%) 183 (63.0%)  
  Male 147 (45.6%) 181 (54.4%)  
 Birth order    0.474
   > 2 140 (39.9%) 203 (60.1%)  
  1—2 125 (43.7%) 161 (56.3%)  
 Knowledge about the age for beginning vaccination    0.741
  No 51 (39.9%) 72 (60.1%)  
  Yes 214 (41.9%) 292 (58.1%)  
 Knowledge about the benefits of vaccination    0.126
  No 26 (53.4%) 27 (46.6%)  
  Yes 239 (40.8%) 337 (59.2%)  
 Knowledge about co-administration    0.869
  No 70 (42.3%) 98 (57.7%)  
  Yes 195 (41.4%) 266 (58.6%)  
Enabling factors
 Place of residence    0.834
  Rural 185 (41.2%) 275 (58.8%)  
  Urban 80 (42.5%) 89 (57.5%)  
 Distance between home and health facility    0.214
   ≥ 5 km 83 (46.6%) 115 (53.4%)  
   < 5 km 182 (39.9%) 249 (60.1%)  
 Access to newspaper    0.044
  No 224 (45.3%) 308 (54.7%)  
  Yes 41 (31.9%) 56 (68.1%)  
 Acces to Radio    0.014
  No 70 (31.1%) 105 (68.9%)  
  Yes 195 (45.1%) 259 (54.9%)  
 Access to television    0.017
  No 114 (35.4%) 220 (64.6%)  
  Yes 151 (48.0%) 144 (52.0%)