International Journal of Pediatrics / 2020 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Mixed Infant Feeding Practice and Associated Factors among HIV-Positive Women under Care in Gondar City’s Public Health Facilities within Two Years Postpartum: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 1

Socio-demographic and economic characteristics of HIV-positive women in care in public health institutions in Gondar city, Northwest Ethiopia, 2017 ().

VariablesFrequencyPercent

Age of mother(in years)
 <24193.9
 25-3430162.1
 >3516534
Age of child(in week)
 8-3619440
 37-488016.5
 >4821143.5
Sex of child
 Male25151.8
 Female23448.2
Religion
 Orthodox38779.8
 Islam9419.4
 Protestant40.8
Marital status
 Married and living together30763.3
 Married and living separately296
 Divorced7916.3
 Widowed5711.8
 Never married132.7
Educational status of mother
 Unable to read and write17035.1
 Can read and write informally285.8
 Attend elementary school15531.9
 Attend high school and above13227.2
Have you ever got marriage
 Yes47297.32
 No132.68
Educational status of husband ()
 Unable to read and write7816.53
 Can read and write informally265.51
 Educated grade1- 816033.90
 Educated high school and above20844.06
Occupational status of mother
 House wife25051.5
 Working in governmental institute438.9
 Working in non-governmental institute19239.6
Occupational status of husband ()
 Governmental employed10221.61
 Unemployed37078.39
Monthly income(US dollar)
 <36.025151.8
 >36.023448.2

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