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Table 2 Facility-related determinants of overall utilization of critical services and products

From: Socio-demographic and facility-based determinants of perceived quality of nutrition Services of Pregnant and Lactating Adolescent Girls in Trans-Mara east Sub-County, Narok County, Kenya

Factor OR 95% CI
Service provider
 #Nutritionists 3.18* 1.50–6.60
 Nurse 2.70* 1.40–5.30
 Clinical Officer 1.64 0.70–3.70
 CHVs 1.08 0.50–2.20
 Community Development Social Worker 0.29 0.10–1.50
 Pharmacists 0.39 0.06–2.70
Type of facility
 #Public dispensaries 1.27 0.60–3.00
 Private clinic 0.44 0.20–1.30
 Private hospital 1.84 0.10–27.10
 Public hospital 0.25 0.01–6.50
 Public Health Centre 4.52* 1.50–13.50
 CBO and NGO health project 0.59 0.20–1.80
 FBO project 1.61 0.40–6.10
At school 0.81 0.40–1.70
Distance facility
 # < 1 km 2.42* 1.20–4.80
 1-5 km 5.34* 1.90–15.10
Methods of conveying messages
 #Video clips 1.00
 IEC materials e.g. brochures leaflet etc. 7.85* 1.50–40.50
 Face-to-face 3.91* 1.30–11.90
 Social media e.g. WhatsApp and Facebook pages 0.29 0.10–1.40
 Radio broadcasting 1.22 0.70–2.30
  1. *P ≤ 0.05, logistic regression analysis; CI=Confidence Interval; OR = Odds Ratio. CHVs = Community Health Volunteers; CBO=Community-based organizations; NGO=Non-governmental organizations; FBO=Faith-based organizations; IEC = Information Education and Communication. For the initial regression analyses, the factor marked # was used as the reference group