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Table 3 Bivariate and multivariate analysis of factors associated with institutional delivery service utilization in Munesa woreda, April 2011

From: Institutional delivery service utilization in Munisa Woreda, South East Ethiopia: a community based cross-sectional study

Variables Institutional delivery COR (95%CI) AOR (95%CI)
Yes No
Place of residence     
Urban 26 90 2.41 (1.47,3.96 2.27 (1.17,4.40)
Rural 79 660 1 1
Distance from health institution     *
≤30minute 27 109 2.04 (1.26,3.30)  
>30minute 78 641 1  
Age of the mother     
<20 15 35 14.04 (4.38,44.9) 6.06 (1.54,23.78)
20-34 86 584 4.80 (1.74,13.39) 4.02 (1.34,12.06)
35+ 4 131 1 1
Possession of Radio or TV     *
Yes 79 550 1.10 (0.69,1.77)  
No 26 200 1  
Occupational status of the mother     *
House wife 88 658 1  
Government employee 4 8 3.74 (1.10,12.67)  
Farmer 13 84 1.16 (0.62,2.16)  
Family size     *
≤5 72 340 2.63 (1.70,4.07)  
>5 33 410 1  
Educational status of the mothers     
Unable to read and write 50 477 1 1
Primary education 47 259 1.73 (1.13,2.65) 1.44 (0.92,2.24)
Secondary and post secondary 8 14 5.45 (2.18,13.63) 4.31 (1.62,11.46)
Occupational status of the husbands     *
Farmer 74 652 1  
Government employee 7 23 2.68 (1.11,6.64)  
Daily laborer/Merchants 24 75 2.82 (1.68,4.74)  
Educational status of the husbands     
Unable to read and write 30 294 1 1
Primary education 59 428 1.35 (0.85,2.15) 0.61 (0.36,1.03)
Secondary and post secondary 16 28 5.60 (2.73,11.50) 2.77 (1.07,7.19)
Parity     
1 35 104 4.65 (2.61,8.29) 2.41 (1.17,4.79)
2-4 48 342 1.94 (1.14,3.29) 0.99 (0.55,1.80)
5+ 22 304 1 1
ANC visit during last pregnancy     
Yes 74 223 5.64 (3.61,8.83) 4.18 (2.54,6.89)
No 31 527 1 1
  1. * Not significant in back ward stepwise logistic regression.