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Table 2 Modern contraceptive prevalence by covariate at baseline and endline

From: The impact of adding community-based distribution of oral contraceptives and condoms to a cluster randomized primary health care intervention in rural Tanzania

VariableBaseline
(2011)
Endline
2015
Mod FP = 0Mod FP = 1p-valueMod FP = 0Mod FP = 1p-value
Age15–24869 (42.0%)318 (31.7%)< 0.001*770 (43.8%)181 (22.8%)< 0.001**
25–29257 (12.4%)182 (18.1%)175 (10.0%)129 (16.3%)
30–34258 (12.5%)200 (19.9%)191 (10.9%)152 (19.2%)
35–39278 (13.4%)171 (17.0%)196 (11.1%)160 (20.2%)
40–49409 (19.7%)133 (13.2%)426 (24.2%)171 (21.6%)
EducationNo education418 (20.2%)141 (14.0%)< 0.001**321 (18.3%)134 (16.9%)< 0.001**
Less than secondary1341 (64.7%)733 (73.0%)1112 (63.3%)579 (73.0%)
Secondary or more315 (15.2%)130 (12.9%)325 (18.5%)80 (10.1%)
Wealth index/ SES StatusPoorest543 (26.2%)226 (22.5%)<0.032*312 (17.7%)153 (19.3%)< 0.001**
Poor395 (19.0%)197 (19.6%)288 (16.4%)127 (16.0%)
Better352 (17.0%)205 (20.4%)320 (18.2%)195 (24.6%)
Less poor438 (21.1%)192 (19.1%)356 (20.3%)121 (15.3%)
Least poor343 (16.5%)184 (18.3%)396 (22.5%)176 (22.2%)
Missing data3 (0.1%)0 (0.0%)86 (4.9%)21 (2.6%)
ReligionChristian955 (46.2%)488 (48.6%)< 0.001**783 (44.5%)380 (47.9%)< 0.001**
Muslim1025 (49.5%)514 (51.2%)863 (49.1%)407 (51.3%)
Traditional/ Other86 (4.2%)2 (0.2%)106 (6.0%)6 (0.8%)
No response/ Missing3 (0.1%)0 (0.0%)6 (0.3%)0 (0.0%)
Parity0565 (27.3%)107 (10.7%)< 0.001**561 (31.9%)143 (18.0%)< 0.001**
1–2545 (26.3%)313 (31.2%)449 (25.5%)218 (27.5%)
3–4454 (21.9%)298 (29.7%)351 (20.0%)221 (27.9%)
5+509 (24.6%)286 (28.5%)397 (22.6%)211 (26.6%)
Marital statusMarried1066 (51.5%)610 (60.8%)< 0.001**805 (45.8%)426 (53.7%)< 0.001**
Living with partner206 (9.9%)128 (12.7%)193 (11.0%)132 (16.6%)
Divorced126 (6.1%)48 (4.8%)115 (6.5%)60 (7.6%)
Widowed46 (2.2%)15 (1.5%)49 (2.8%)10 (1.3%)
Single625 (30.2%)202 (20.1%)590 (33.6%)165 (20.8%)
No response/ Missing2 (0.1%)1 (0.1%)6 (0.3%)0 (0.0%)
In Treatment areas1032 (49.8%)508 (50.6%)0.69859 (49.4%)393 (50.3%)0.66
Number of Respondents20741004 1758793 
  1. **p < 0.01