International Journal of Population Research / 2016 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Determinants of Under-Five Mortality in High Mortality Regions of Ethiopia: An Analysis of the 2011 Ethiopia Demographic and Health Survey Data

Table 4

Results of the univariable proportional hazards Cox regression model.

CovariatesSEWald dfSig.LR Sig.

PBITVAL
 (2 years)64.51920.00065.9208<.00015275.450
 2-3 years−0.4910.12116.47010.0000.612
3 years−1.1500.14860.51610.0000.317
FSIZE
 (1–3)29.09320.00029.1003<.00015319.890
 4–60.4370.11314.83710.0001.548
70.8740.17624.68810.0002.397
BTYPE (single birth)1.0190.17434.41810.0002.77034.4193<.00015321.649
BFDINGS (yes)0.3480.10910.25110.0011.41610.25060.00145337.582
SDWTR (pipe)0.4720.1588.95810.0031.6038.95790.00285338.051
MEDU (primary and above)0.3330.1375.92010.0151.3955.91100.01505341.767
MINCOM (more than husband)−0.2520.1293.83410.0501.2873.83810.05015344.469
ARSID (urban)0.2510.1423.11710.0771.2853.11410.07765344.819
FEDU (primary and above)0.1500.1081.94410.1631.1621.94430.16325346.149

PBITVAL: preceding birth interval; FSIZE: family size; BTYPE: type of birth; BFDINGS: breastfeeding status; SDWTR: source of drinking water; MEDU: mother’s education; MINCOM: income of mother; ARISD: area of residence; FEDU: father’s education.

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