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Table 7 Multi-variable logistic analysis of husband involvement in family planning service utilization with associated factors in urban and rural kebele of Kondala district, West Wollega, western Ethiopia, 2019

From: Men’s involvement in family planning service utilization among married men in Kondala district, western Ethiopia: a community-based comparative cross-sectional study

Variable Category Urban areas Rural areas
AOR (95%CI) p-value AOR (95%CI) p-value
Educational status No Formal education 1 1 1 1
Primary school 0.851(0.39, 1.82) 0.676 0.928(0.52, 1.66) 0.802
Secondary school 0.806(0.39, 1.65) 0.556 1.198(0.60, 2.38) 0.606
Diploma and above 2.193(0.99, 4.83) 0.051 2.126(1.02, 4.44) 0.045*
Occupational status Merchant 1.378(0.70, 2.69) 0.349 ** **
Government employee 2.585(1.25, 5.33) 0.010*
Farmer 0.828(0.41, 1.66) 0.595
Daily Worker 1 1
Distance from home to HF < 30 min ** ** 2.283(1.24, 4.19) 0.008*
30–60 min 1.251(0.70, 2.23) 0.447
> 60 min 1 1
Duration of marriage 0–5 years 1 1 1 1
> 5 years 2.114(0.94, 4.75) 0.070 1.088(0.54, 2.18) 0.812
Current number of children None 1 1 1 1
1–3 1.304(0.61, 2.78) 0.493 4.275(1.88, 9.73) 0.001
> 4 3.255(1.51, 7.02) 0.003* 4.204(1.80, 9.79) 0.001*
Desired number of children 1–2 2.217(0.55, 8.93) 0.263* ** **
3–4 3.076(1.80, 5.24) < 0.001*
> 5 1 1 1 1
Knowledge about FP Not Knowledgeable ** ** 1 1
Knowledgeable 4.478(2.72, 7.38) < 0.001*
Attitude Towards FP Negative attitude 1 1 ** **
Positive attitude 1.863(1.15, 2.99) 0.010*
  1. * Variables which are significant at 95% CI with p-value of < 0.05, ** Data which are not included in the model, 1 reference category
  2. AOR Adjusted odds ratio; HF Health facility