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Table 4 Regressions for relative educational level of the best educated man in the household and the mother, adjusting for group assignment, and baseline wealth score, animal score, and income

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

  Man and Mother Education
     95% CI
Coeff SE z P-value Low Upper
HAZ
 Area 0.04 0.11 0.31 0.76 −0.19 0.26
Comparison of man and woman education (man and mother have equal education)
 Man has higher education 0.07 0.15 0.49 0.62 −0.22 0.37
 Mother has higher education 0.3 0.14 2.19 0.03 0.03 0.58
 Wealth score at baseline 0.2 0.11 1.9 0.06 −0.01 0.42
 Animal score at baseline −0.02 0.03 −0.61 0.54 −0.09 0.04
 Income at baseline NA NA NA NA NA NA
Dietary Diversity Score
 Area 0.13 0.1 1.35 0.18 −0.06 0.32
Comparison of man and woman education (man and mother have equal education)
 Man has higher education 0.02 0.13 0.19 0.85 −0.23 0.28
 Mother has higher education 0.35 0.12 2.99 0.00 0.12 0.58
 Wealth score at baseline 0.15 0.09 1.71 0.09 −0.02 0.33
 Animal score at baseline 0.04 0.03 1.41 0.16 −0.02 0.09
 Income at baseline NA NA NA NA NA NA
  1. Significant p values are shown in bold italics. Results for household wealth score and child WAZ were not significant (not shown)