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Table 5 Average gap in family planning use and contraceptive needs satisfied and within-country wealth based inequality in coverage gap, Ethiopia DHS 2011

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

Variable Coverage gap (95 % CI) PAR, percentage points (95 % CI) PAR % (95 % CI)
National In richest quintile
National
 Contraceptive needs satisfied 47.9 (45.1–50.7) 22.5 (18.6–27.0) 25.4 (21.1–29.5) 53.0 (44.0–60.6)
 Contraceptive use 71.4 (69.4–73.3) 48.2 (44.3–52.2) 23.2 (19.3–26.9) 32.4 (27.0–(37.5)
Rural
 Contraceptive needs satisfied 55.0 (51.5–58.5) 42.9 (37.9–47.9) 12.2 (8.6–15.7) 22.1 (15.1–28.5)
 Contraceptive use 76.6 (74.2–78.8) 65.4 (61.5–69.2) 11.2 (8.5–13.8) 14.6 (10.9–18.1)
Urban
 Contraceptive needs satisfied 34.1 (19.1–(27.0) 22.8 (7.8–16.8) 11.3 (7.11–15.4) 41.4 (14.8–59.7)
 Contraceptive use 47.5 (44.0–51.1) 38.0 (32.1 (44.3) 9.5 (4.4–14.5) 20.0 (8.5–30.0)