Table 5: Factors associated with low TB knowledge among women, Ethiopia 2011, continued.

CharacteristicsCategoryLow knowledge
(%)
Crude OR (95% CI) value
(crude)
Adjusted OR (95% CI) value
(adjusted)

OccupationProfessional/technical/managerial27 (9.02)11
Not working3,292 (45.25)8.33 (4.45, 15.58)<0.00011.96 (1.25, 3.09)0.004
Clerical/sales and services1,138 (36.02)5.68 (3.01, 10.69)<0.00011.70 (1.08, 2.67)0.023
Agricultural employee1,531 (51.38)10.66 (5.58, 20.35)<0.00012.28 (1.44, 3.60)<0.0001
Skilled manual490 (41.52)7.16 (3.63, 14.14)<0.00011.81 (1.13, 2.89)0.013
Unskilled manual57 (55.6)12.62 (6.14, 25.96)<0.00014.15 (2.37, 7.28)<0.0001

Exposure to mass mediaAccesses none of the three media at least once a week2,987 (57.17)2.19 (1.96, 2.44)<0.00011.52 (1.41, 1.64)<0.0001
Accesses either newspaper, TV, or radio at least once a week 3,585 (37.87)11

Heard of community conversation programNo5,203 (50.1)2.27 (1.99, 2.57)<0.00011.63 (1.52, 1.76)<0.0001
Yes1,385 (30.71)11

Final model fitPseudo-, Log Likelihood = −10360.78, LR (25) = 1680.62,