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Table 2 Average prevalence/coverage, absolute and relative wealth related inequalities in family planning use and contraceptive needs satisfied among Ethiopian women, Ethiopia 2005 and 2011

From: Paving the way for universal family planning coverage in Ethiopia: an analysis of wealth related inequality

EDHS 2011 EDHS 2005
Variable % Crude SII Adj SII Crude RII Adj RII % Crude SII Adj SII Crude RII Adj RII
(95 % CI) (95 % CI) (95 % CI) (95 % CI) (95 % CI) (95 % CI) (95 % CI) (95 % CI)
Contraceptive needs satisfied
 Q1 29.5      10.4     
 Q2 44.6      14.5     
 Q3 45.6 51.5 30.3 3.11 1.85 23.5 54.6 31.9 10.38 3.40
 Q4 53.0 (44.6 – 58.5) (20.8 – 39.9) (2.5 – 3.9) (1.5 – 2.3) 28.3 (49.2–60.1) (24.0 –39.7) (7.1 – 15.1) (2.4 –4.8)
 Q5 77.5      58.5     
Contraceptive use
 Q1 13.3      4.2     
 Q2 22.2      6.6     
 Q3 24.4 42.6 25.3 4.96 2.55 12.0 38.7 21.7 17.00 5.13
 Q4 31.7 (37.6 –47.5) (18.9– 31.7) (3.9 – 6.3) (2.0 – 3.3) 15.5 (34.8–42.6) (16.9–26.4) (11.7 – 24.6) (3.5– 7.5)
 Q5 51.8      37.0