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Fig. 4 | International Journal for Equity in Health

Fig. 4

From: Women’s education level amplifies the effects of a livelihoods-based intervention on household wealth, child diet, and child growth in rural Nepal

Fig. 4

Forest plot of multivariable adjusted odds of better child defecation practices, showing strong interaction between the three wealthiest quintiles (at baseline) and the best educated women in determining child defecation practices (all p < .05); there was no effect of men’s education level on this practice. The horizontal axis shows the odds of better child defecation practice in the household. Analyses for other variables were not significant

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