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Table 2 Proportion of children that received full immunization

From: Inequitable childhood immunization uptake in Nigeria: a multilevel analysis of individual and contextual determinants

Individual characteristics Full immunization
  Yes No  
  n (%) n (%) TotalN (%)
Sex of child    
   Female 249 (13) 1617 (87) 1866 (100)
   Male 256 (14) 1609 (86) 1865 (100)
Birth order/birth interval    
   First birth (order 1) 108 (14) 638 (86) 746 (100)
   Order 2-4 & <24 months 59 (14) 359 (86) 418 (100)
   Order 2-4 & 24-47 months 146 (15) 848 (85) 994 (100)
   Order 2-4 & 48+ months 32 (14) 204 (86) 236 (100)
   Order 5+ & < 24 months 22 (8) 239 (92) 261 (100)
   Order 5+ & 24-47 months 99 (12) 695 (88) 794 (100)
   Order 5+ & 48+ months 39 (14) 245 (86) 284 (100)
Mother's age    
   15-18 10 (5) 200 (95) 210 (100)
   19-23 91 (11) 699 (89) 790 (100)
   24-28 154 (14) 973 (86) 1127 (100)
   29-33 102 (14) 637 (86) 739 (100)
   ≥ 34 148 (17) 717 (83) 865 (100)
Marital status    
   Single 13 (21) 49 (79) 62 (100)
   Currently married 473 (13) 3076 (87) 3549 (100)
   Formerly married 19 (16) 101 (84) 120 (100)
Ethnicity    
   Hausa/Fulani/Kanuri 128 (7) 1774 (93) 1902 (100)
   Igbo 84 (23) 285 (77) 369 (100)
   Yoruba 84 (34) 165 (66) 249 (100)
   Others 209 (17) 1002 (83) 1211 (100)
Mothers' education    
   No education 169 (8) 1986 (92) 2155 (100)
   Primary 142 (18) 663 (82) 805 (100)
   Secondary or higher 194 (25) 577 (75) 771 (100)
Mothers' occupation    
   Professional/Technical/Management 41 (36) 74 (64) 115 (100)
   Clerical, sales, services, skilled manual 218 (14) 1385 (86) 1603 (100)
   Agric. self., Agric. employee, household & domestic, unskilled manual 97 (17) 483 (83) 580 (100)
   Not working 149 (10) 1284 (90) 1433 (100)
Wealth index    
   Poorest 82 (9) 869 (91) 951 (100)
   Poorer 79 (9) 765 (91) 844 (100)
   Middle 96 (12) 681 (88) 777 (100)
   Richer 98 (15) 574 (85) 672 (100)
   Richest 150 (31) 337 (69) 487 (100)