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Table 6 Predictors of ANC using logistic regression among migrant women working in selected brick kilns in Faridabad, India (n = 518)

From: Maternal health care access among migrant women labourers in the selected brick kilns of district Faridabad, Haryana: mixed method study on equity and access

Sl no Predictor variable Antenatal carea Odds ratio with 95% confidence interval
Adequate (n = 278) Inadequate (n = 240)
1 Participant age    
  17–25 (n = 178) 71.35 28.65 1
  26–35 (n = 236) 48.73 51.27 0.7 (0.6–1.0)
  36–45 (n = 104) 34.62 65.38 2.25 (1.63–3.12)
2 Participant education    
  Literate (n = 109) 64.50 35.50 1
  Illiterate (n = 169) 48.42 51.58 1.07 (.67–1.68)
3 Stay in brick kilns    
  Short (n = 293) 62.46 37.54 1
  Long (n = 225) 42.22 57.78 1.27 (.82–1.97)
4 Income    
  > 25,000 (n = 309) 58.58 41.42 1
  ≤25,000 (n = 209) 46.41 53.59 .61 (.40–.92)
5 Work in native place    
  Agriculture (403) 59.06 40.94 1
  Non agriculture (n = 115) 34.78 65.22 2.17 (1.33–3.53)
6 Health worker visit    
  Yes (n = 330) 68.18 31.82 1
  No (n = 188) 28.19 71.81 4.06 (2.57–6.42)
7 ASHA worker visit    
  Yes (n = 407) 60.69 39.31 1
  No (n = 111) 27.93 72.07 1.96 (1.12–3.41)
  1. a Adequate Antenatal care was defined as received some antenatal care, TT injections, and IFA tablets