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Table 1 Socio-economic characteristics of study participants

From: Continuum of maternity care among rural women in Ethiopia: does place and frequency of antenatal care visit matter?

Characteristics of study participants Unweighted number (n = 1431) Weighted %
Women education
 No formal education 947 58.96
 Formal education 484 41.04
Husband education (n = 1184)
 No formal education 561 38.67
 Formal education 623 61.33
Marital status
 Currently married 1342 96.36
 Others 89 3.64
Livelihood
 Women in Pastoralist 422 3.98
 Women in Agrarian 1009 96.02
Family size
 Up to 4 peoples 437 33.31
 5–8 peoples 854 55.2
 9 or more peoples 140 11.49
Wealth index
 Lower quintile 407 25.51
 Middle quintile 478 32.68
 Higher quintile 546 41.81
Head of HH
 Male headed HH 1310 94.24
 Female headed HH 121 5.76
Media
 Have no TV or Radio 938 57.08
 Have TV or Radio 493 42.92
Accessed health facility in the last one year
 Accessed other HF 152 7.42
 Accessed HP/HEW 1279 92.58
  1. HHs Households, TV television, HF health facility, HP health post, HEW health extension worker