Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2016 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

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

Table 5

Contributing factors to have latrine facilities in Wolaita Sodo town, 2013.

Questions ResponsesLatrineNo latrineCOR (95% CI)AOR (95% CI)

Sex of the respondentMale159722.71 (10.65–48.42)2.48 (0.97–6.32)
Female377451.001.00
Educational status of the head of the householdUnable to read & write1331112.091 (6.53–22.36)8.58 (2.30–31.86)
Grades 1–61521113.818 (7.49–25.48)4.02 (1.28–12.56)
Grades 7–12123196.474 (3.99–10.49)1.48 (0.53–4.09)
Higher education128111.00 1.00
Occupation of head of the householdBusiness work1941413.857 (8.05–23.83)3.08 (1.26–7.53)
Gov. employee146178.588 (5.19–14.19)1.28(0.48–3.33)
Daily labor95247.5 (11.70–192.70)21.71 (2.68–175.2)
Unemployed3047.5 (2.64–21.28)1.31 (0.35–4.84)
Others71151.00 1.00
Number of family members<5 families1611610.062 (6.02–16.82)1.1 (0.49–2.47)
5 families158179.294 (5.63–15.32)0.76 (0.35–1.65)
>5 families217191.001.00
Water source statusUnimproved1761313.538 (7.70–23.78)1.22 (0.51–2.92)
Improved360391.001.00
Training on wash practicesYes47223.5 (5.70–96.74)2.40 (0.55–14.75)
No489501.001.00