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Table 4 Determinants for enrollment or re-enrollment into CHF/TIKA scheme

From: Barriers and facilitators to enrollment and re-enrollment into the community health funds/Tiba Kwa Kadi (CHF/TIKA) in Tanzania: a cross-sectional inquiry on the effects of socio-demographic factors and social marketing strategies

Determinant Ready to enroll/re-enroll, n (%) P-Value COR AOR
Region CHF enrolment rate
 Low 186(81.6) 0.513 1  
 High 190(81.9)   1.0(0.6-1.6)  
Locality
 Rural 185(78.7) 0.056 1 1
 Urban 191(84.9)   1.5(0.9-2.5)a 1.5(0.9-2.4)
Sex
 Male 157(78.5) 0.073 1 1
 Female 219(58.2)   1.5(0.9-2.4)a 1.4(0.8-2.2)
Age group
  < 35 years 218(83.5) 0.155 1  
 35+ years 158(79.4)   0.8(0.5-1.2)  
Marital status
 Single 40(72.7) 0.056 1 1
 Married, divorced, widow etc 336(83.0)   1.8(1.0-3.5)a 2.0(1.1-3.8)
Education
 None/primary 310(82.2) 0.330 1 1
 Secondary/above 66(79.5)   0.84(0.5-1.5)  
Family monthly average income
 Low (< median) 170(82.5) 0.507 1  
 High (≥median) 193(82.1)   1.0(0.6-1.6)  
Family size (number of members)
 Small (<median 6) 174(78.7) 0.061 1 1
 Larger(≥median 6) 200(84.7)   1.5(0.9-2.4)a 1.5(1.0-2.5)
Number of marketing strategies ever exposed
 Never/one strategy 113(83.1) 0.366 1  
 Two & more strategies 263(81.2)   0.9(0.5-1.5)  
Influence of leaders ever heard CHF message community leaders
 No 175(79.5) 0.126 1  
 Yes 167(84.3)   1.4(0.8-2.4)  
  1. aSignificant factors during bivariate analysis at p ≤ 0.2