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Table 5 Characteristics of participants and ordinary least square regression model results by study group and community

From: A qualitative appraisal of stakeholders’ perspectives of a community-based primary health care program in rural Ghana

Score Biavariate results: OLS regression results:
Mean Age Secondary schooling % Coefficient Robust Standard Error t ratio 95% confidence interval:
Mothers 30.55 27.78 2.74 1.31 2.09* .0025 5.48
Fathers 32.86 41.80 0.11 1.69 0.07 −3.43 3.66
Community leaders 60.08 19.08 2.28 1.24 1.80 −0.36 4.84
Adolescents
 girls 18.60 80.20 .529 1.26 0.42 −2.11 3.17
 boys 17.28 84.38 (reference)
Community:
 • Avedoa 31.72 75.34 (reference)
 • Agoufieb 33.22 26.52 3.40 1.01 3.38** 1.29 5.50
 • Mbanayillic 33.48 42.40 2.49 0.89 2.78** 0.62 4.36
 • Galweid 29.08 58.22 1.30 1.35 0.96 −1.52 4.12
Constant: 5.02 1.55 3.24** 1.78 8.27
Regression summary statistics:
F (7,19): = 4.41*** R2 =0.442
  1. * p< 0.05 ** p< 0.01 ***p< 0.001
  2. aReligious preferences are Christian and Muslim with a residual represented by traditional belief systems.. Avedo is 81% Christian, 0% Muslim.
  3. bAgoufie is 40% Christian, 7% Muslim
  4. cMbanayilli is 0% Christian, 100% Muslim
  5. dGalwei is 0% Christian, 91% Muslim