Retrospective comparative evaluation of the lasting impact of a community-based primary health care programme on under-5 mortality in villages around Jamkhed, India
Vera Mann, Alex Eble, Chris Frost, Ramaswamy Premkumar & Peter Boone
Volume 88, Number 10, October 2010, 727-736
Table 6. Estimated effect of the Comprehensive Rural Health Project (CRPH) on under-5 child mortality, Maharashtra state, India, September 1992–December 2007a
|Under 5 yrb|
|Controlled for caste +religion + irrigation||0.90||0.75–1.09|
|Controlled for caste + religion + irrigation + birth period||0.91||0.75–1.09|
|Controlled for caste + religion + irrigation||1.03||0.82–1.29|
|Controlled for caste + religion + irrigation + birth period||1.04||0.83–1.31|
|Post-neonatal but under 5 yrc|
|Controlled for caste + religion + irrigation||0.70||0.52–0.94|
|Controlled for caste + religion + irrigation + birth period||0.70||0.52–0.95|
CI, confidence interval; HR, hazard ratio.
a There were 10 883 children. Age at death was missing for 2 children and caste was missing for 11 children. Children with missing data were excluded from the models.
b “Under 5 yr” was estimated from the model without interaction between age bands and CRHP intervention.
c “Neonatal” and “post-neonatal but under 5 yr” were estimated from the model including interaction between age bands and CRHP intervention.