Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2016 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Estimating Access to Drinking Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene Facilities in Wolaita Sodo Town, Southern Ethiopia, in Reference to National Coverage

Table 4

Determinant factors to use different water supply sources, in Wolaita Sodo town, 2013.

Questions ResponsesImproved water sourceUnimproved water sourceCOR (95% CI)AOR (95% CI)

Sex of the respondentsMale88780.40 (0.27–0.58)0.53 (0.22–1.22)
Female3111111.001.00
Occupation of the respondentsBusiness work144641.54 (0.92–2.60)1.79 (0.85–3.79)
Gov. employee124392.18 (1.24–3.82)2.47 (1.08–5.63)
Daily labor56410.93 (0.51–1.69)1.09 (0.47–2.48)
Unemployed24101.64 (0.70–3.86)2.45 (0.76–7.95)
Others51351.00 1.00
Water source reliabilityPerennial371110.07 (0.04–0.11)0.16 (0.08–0.31)
Seasonal353741.001.00
Water fetching frequency for domestic purposes Every day981300.18 (0.07–0.45)0.17 (0.04–0.81)
Twice a week276531.24 (0.48–3.19)042 (0.09–1.97)
Once a week2561.00 1.00
Clean water storage containersDaily70621.97 (0.55–7.07)4.35 (0.89–21.14)
Twice a week187814.04 (1.15–14.18)3.92 (0.84–18.15)
Once a week138396.19 (1.72–22.24)4.35 (0.93–20.25)
Once a month471.001.00
Information on household water treatment methodsNo23360.26 (0.14–0.49)0.26 (0.12–0.55)
Yes3761531 1.00
Hand washing facility around latrineNo134930.59 (0.67–0.76)0.78 (0.48–1.26)
Yes2268311.00