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Table 1 Weighted prevalences of socio-economic and demographic characteristics by lack of use of health preventive care

From: Socio-economic and demographic factors associated with reproductive and child health preventive care in Mozambique: a cross-sectional study

  No ITN use
N (%)
No Full Immunization
N (%)
No Contraceptives
Use
N (%)
Age group
 15–24 2053 (43.18) 1016 (36.38) 2874 (41.57)
 25–39 2091 (43.98) 1454 (52.06) 2838 (41.04)
 40–49 611 (12.84) 323 (11.57) 1202 (17.39)
Marital Status
 Single 687 (14.44) 168 (6.03) 1178 (17.04)
 Married 3295 (69.30) 2106 (75.41) 4565 (66.02)
 Other 773 (16.26) 518 (18.56) 1171 (16.94)
Residence
 Urban 1506 (31.66) 795 (28.46) 2437 (35.24)
 Rural 3249 (68.34) 1998 (71.54) 4478 (64.76)
Region
 Northern 1670 (35.13) 1044 (37.39) 2442 (35.31)
 Central 1829 (38.47) 1069 (38.31) 2502 (36.18)
 Southern 1255 (26.40) 679 (24.31) 1971 (28.51)
Education
 Secondary 983 (20.68) 503 (18.01) 1576 (22.79)
 Primary 2523 (53.05) 1514 (54.23) 3544 (51.25)
 No education 1249 (26.27) 775 (27.76) 1795 (25.96)
Occupational Classa
 Non manual 788 (16.58) 502 (17.98) 1248 (18.08)
 Farmers 1080 (22.74) 669 (23.98) 1476 (21.38)
 Manual 269 (5.68) 172 (6.18) 399 (5.78)
 Not working 2612 (55.00) 1447 (51.87) 3782 (54.77)
Wealth Quintile
 Richest 560 (11.78) 259 (9.28) 975 (14.09)
 Richer 672 (14.13) 375 (13.44) 1063 (15.38)
 Middle 896 (18.84) 525 (18.81) 1275 (18.44)
 Poorer 1272 (26.76) 758 (27.15) 1696 (24.52)
 Poorest 1355 (28.49) 875 (31.33) 1906 (27.56)
Total 4755 2792 6915
  1. aMissing occupational values