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Table 2 Socio-cultural and economic characteristics of the respondents in Bahir Dar Zuria Woreda Northwest Ethiopia 2018

From: Determinants of antenatal care dropout among mothers who gave birth in the last six months in BAHIR Dar ZURIA WOREDA community; mixed designs

Variable ANC dropout
Case (<  4 visits) Controls(≥ 4 visits)
Religion
 Orthodox 134 (100%) 260 (97.7%)
 Muslim 0 6 (2.3%)
Wealth index
 Poor 60 (44.8%) 81 (30.5%)
 Middle 30 (22.4%) 60 (22.5%)
 Rich 44 (32.8%) 125 (46.9%)
Accompanied during ANC visit
 Yes 63 (47%) 204 (76.7%)
 No 71 (53%) 62 (23.3%)
Who goes with you
 Husband 50 (79.3%) 169 (82.8%)
 child 5 (7.9%) 19 (9.3%)
 respondent mother /Husbands mother 8 (12.8%) 16 (7.9%)
Knowledge of the mother on ANC
 Knowledgeable 88 (65.6%) 234 (87.9%)
 Not knowledgeable 46 (34.4%) 32 (12.1%)
Attitude toward ANC
 Favorable 38 (28.4%) 149 (56%)
 Not favorable 96 (71.6%) 117 (44%)
Principal Income generator
 Husband 33 (24.6%) 70 (26.3%)
 Wife 1 (0.7%) 8 (3%)
 Both 94 (70%) 187 (70.3%)
 My parents 6 (4.7%) 1 (.4%)
Family size
 1–3 19 (14.2%) 70 (26.3%)
 4–5 48 (35.8%) 94 (35.3%)
 Above 5 67 (50%) 102 (38.4%)