Table 3

Cox proportional hazards regression model*
Characteristics Received CSG #/N (%) Unadjusted HR(95% CI) Adjusted HR (95%CI)
Child has a birth certificate
No 67/678 (9. 9) 1 1
Yes 611/678 (90.1) 3.06 (2.45 - 3.82) 3.14 (2.41 - 4.09)
Mother HIV Status
Negative 565/678(83.3) 1 1
Positive 113/678 (16. 7) 1.19 (1.06 -1.34) 1.19 (1.03-1.37)
Marital Status
Married 145/675 (21.5) 1
Cohabiting 98/675 (14.5) 0.63 (0.46 -0.85)
Single 432/675 (64.0) 0.88 (0.74 -1.05)
Socio-economic Status
Top quintile, least poor 118/603(19. 6) 1
2nd quintile 101/603 (16.7) 0.98 (0.81 -1.18)
3rd quintile 104/603 (17.2) 0.82 (0.61 -1.10)
4th quintile 154/603 (25.5) 1.15 (0.85-1.54)
Bottom quintile, poorest 126/603(20.9) 0.86 (0.63 -1.18)
Mother’s age
>35 38/677(5.6) 1 1
25–35 230/677( 34.0) 1.13(0.80 -1.59) 1.14 (0.81-1.16)
16-24 409/677(60.4) 1.29 (0.85 -1.69) 1.28 (0.94-1.74)
Total monthly family income
>R4000 15/636 (2.4) 1 1
R1200 – < R4000 193/636 (30.3) 1.49 (1.00 -2.23) 1.40 (0.89 - 2.19)
0-R1100 428/636 (67.3) 1.79 (1.24 -2.58) 1.67 (1.09 -2.55)
Educational level
Some primary 72/673 (10.7) 1 1
Some high school 402/673 (59.7) 0.96 (0.80 -1.15) 0.93 (0.75-1.15)
Completed high school 199/673 (29. 6) 0.85 (0.67 -1.08) 0.76 (0.58-1.01)
Study arm
Infant feeding arm 367/677 (54.2) 1 1
Grant arm 310/677 (45. 8) 1.06 (0.90-1.25) 1.04 (0.91 -1.19)

*stratified by site and adjusted for clustering to account for the PROMISE-EBF study design.

Zembe-Mkabile et al.

Zembe-Mkabile et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2012 12:24   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-12-24

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