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Table 5 Effect of women's level of education on modern contraceptive use in households with low and high provision of Public capital

From: Comparison of physical, public and human assets as determinants of socioeconomic inequalities in contraceptive use in Colombia - moving beyond the household wealth index

   OR (95% CI) p-value
Level of Public capital Level of education   Urban    Rural  
    (N = 15147)    (N = 4876)  
   Current non-use of contraception among women in union (married/cohabiting) and single sexually active
   N    N   
Low Public capital University/Secondary 3806 1   1497 1  
  Primary 1541 1.18 (1.02-1.36) 0.03 2607 1.09 (0.93-1.28) 0.28
  None 160 1.66 (1.14-2.42) 0.01 338 2.53 (1.93-3.32) <0.001
  Trend    0.17    <0.001
High Public capital University/Secondary 7423 1   243 1  
  Primary 2092 1.06 (0.94-1.21) 0.36 183 0.84 (0.52-1.37) 0.48
  None 125 1.10 (0.68-1.76) 0.71 8 1.16 (0.22-6.01) 0.86
  Trend    0.16    0.54
  Interaction    0.91    <0.001
    (N = 25231)    (N = 7552)  
   Never use of contraception among ever sexually active women
   N    N   
Low Public capital University/Secondary 6464 1   2451 1  
  Primary 2587 1.81 (1.55-2.13) <0.001 3841 1.51 (1.28-1.77) <0.001
  None 330 4.14 (2.98-5.77) <0.001 582 5.82 (4.55-7.44) <0.001
  Trend    <0.001    <0.001
High Public capital University/Secondary 12247 1   393 1  
  Primary 3376 1.66 (1.44-1.92) <0.001 269 1.01 (0.56-1.79) 0.99
  None 227 2.13 (1.34-3.89) 0.001 16 1.84 (0.39-8.63) 0.44
  Trend    <0.001    0.46
  Interaction    0.12    0.10
  1. Note: Adjusted for age in years, marital status, number of children ever born and Physical capital by place of residence. Trend and interaction tests based on weighted Human capital (level of education) distribution.