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Table 6 Logistic regression models identifying factors associated with contraceptive awareness and use among the socioeconomic quintiles (baseline and endline)

From: Are family planning vouchers effective in increasing use, improving equity and reaching the underserved? An evaluation of a voucher program in Pakistan

Characteristics Contraceptive awareness any one method Ever use (any method) Current use (any method) Modern method use First time modern contraceptive use
Odds ratio (95% Confidence interval)
Study area
 Intervention 0.72 (0.45–1.17) 1.8 (1.44–2.24) 1.68 (1.31–2.16) 2.18 (1.67–2.84) 0.87 (0.49–1.56)
 Control 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 Household size 1.02 (0.99–1.06) 1.07 (1.03–1.11) 1.07 (1.03–1.10) 1.07 (1.04–1.11) 0.98 (0.92–1.04)
Wealth quintile
 Poorest 1.78 (1.06–2.97) 1.68 (1.16–2.42) 1.67 (1.13–2.46) 1.69 (1.13–2.55) 0.56 (0.27–1.19)
 Poor 1.26 (0.89–1.79) 1.58 (1.23–2.04) 1.37 (1.02–1.85) 1.39 (1.00–1.94) 0.62 (0.27–1.43)
 Average 1.27 (0.90–1.81) 1.29 (1.03–1.62) 1.29 (0.95–1.75) 1.29 (0.93–1.80) 0.61 (0.25–1.47)
 Rich 0.97 (0.76–1.24) 0.96 (0.77–1.20) 0.98 (0.76–1.27) 0.94 (0.68–1.29) 0.48 (0.21–1.08)
 Richest 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
  1. Adjusted for respondent’s age, husband’s age, respondent’s education, and husband’s education, household size, baseline and end line survey points