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Table 1 Levels and differentials in MR coverage and odds ratioa, b (OR) of MR vaccination for selected covariates in post-campaign survey

From: Evaluation of impact of measles rubella campaign on vaccination coverage and routine immunization services in Bangladesh

Name of the covariate Number of children Coverage rate (%) Logistic regression model estimates
Adjusted ORa, b 95 % CI p-value
Child’s registration prior to campaign
 Not registered 3401 87.1 1.00 REF  
 Registered 1096 95.2 3.31 (2.37–4.63) <0.001
Sex of the child
 Male 2415 88.0 1.00 REF  
 Female 2081 90.3 1.21 (0.99–1.48) 0.062
Age of the child
 9 months – 4 years 1184 82.3 1.00 REF  
 5–9 years 1637 92.8 1.91 (1.26–2.89) 0.002
 10–14 years 1673 90.0 1.28 (0.78–2.11) 0.324
Child’s school attendance
 Did not attended 185 57.8 1.00 REF  
 Attended 2821 93.7 8.97 (6.17–13.04) <0.001
 Minor (aged ≤5 years) 1284 84.1 3.84 (2.28–6.48) <0.001
Mother’s education level
 None 1193 84.8 1.00 REF  
 Primary (up to V) 1581 89.7 1.44 (1.10–1.89) 0.008
 Secondary and higher 1723 91.4 1.63 (1.21–2.20) 0.001
Household asset quintile
 Lowest 914 87.4 1.00 REF  
 Second 886 89.6 1.21 (0.88–1.65) 0.233
 Middle 901 89.9 1.20 0.85–1.68) 0.300
 Fourth 950 90.2 1.23 (0.85–1.80) 0.263
 Highest 844 88.0 1.11 (0.84–2.52) 0.184
Administrative division
 Barisal 451 89.6 1.00 REF  
 Chittagong 428 91.4 1.45 (0.84–2.52) 0.184
 Dhaka 414 89.4 1.04 (0.65–1.68) 0.862
 Khulna 378 89.7 1.09 (0.65–1.82) 0.738
 Rajshahi 986 94.2 1.92 (1.18–3.14) 0.009
 Rangpur 474 93.9 2.04 (1.24–3.36) 0.005
 Sylhet 1366 82.4 0.59 (0.39–0.91) 0.016
Type of residence
 Rural 3570 89.6 1.00 REF  
 Urban 927 87.0 1.02 0.68–1.53 0.908
  1. aThe dependent variable was coded ‘1’ if child was vaccinated, ‘0’ otherwise
  2. bOR was adjusted for clustering of vaccination of children of the same clusters