Table 5

Financial and social burden due to an injury event

Financial and social burden

Household income declines due to the injury of family member

Family member stops working in order to take care of injured person

Family member stops schooling in order to take care of injured person or make up the loss of income

Family borrows money to pay for medication or to make up for the loss of income


Items

No

Yes

OR (95% CI)

P value

No

Yes

OR (95% CI)

P value

No

Yes

OR (95% CI)

P value

No

Yes

OR (95% CI)

P value

No OPV and human rights violations

35

16

1

-

42

9

1

-

49

2

1

-

40

11

1

-

1 category of OPV and human rights violations

91

41

0.88 (0.43-1.82)

0.740

102

30

1.16 (0.50-2.71)

0.729

128

4

0.80 (0.14-4.58)

0.803

99

33

1.06 (0.48-2.37)

0.884

≥ 2 categories of OPV and human rights violations

450

465

2.29 (1.22-4.31)

< 0.01

538

377

2.89 (1.37-6.11)

< 0.005

842

73

1.64 (0.38-7.07)

0.509

555

360

2.10 (1.04-4.25)

< 0.05


Total

576

522

682

416

1,019

79

694

404


Generalised linear model adjusted to education level, occupation of head of household, household income level, upazila and number of family members who reported lifetime experience of violence-related injury, n = 10

Wang et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2009 9:29   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-9-29

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