Table 5

Multivariate analyses of selected socioeconomic predictors for complete antenatal care coverage and safe delivery services in Indonesia

Antenatal careSafe delivery
VariableOR95% CIp ValueOR95% CIp Value
Place of residence
 Urban1.01.0
 Rural1.020.95 to 1.100.580.860.80 to 0.920.001
Region
 Sumatra11
 Java1.501.32 to 1.590.0010.990.90 to 1.080.80
 Lesser Sunda Islands1.221.08 to 1.370.0010.960.86 to 1.090.54
 Kalimantan1.070.96 to 1.200.230.790.71 to 0.080.001
 Sulawesi0.760.70 to 0.830.0010.560.51 to 0.610.001
 Maluku Islands0.560.49 to 0.640.0010.300.26 to 0.350.001
 Western New Guinea0.460.40 to 0.540.0010.440.38 to 0.510.001
Wealth quintile
 Poorest11
 Poorer1.451.32 to 1.600.0011.641.50 to 1.800.001
 Middle1.571.42 to 1.740.0011.891.70 to 2.100.001
 Richer1.751.56 to 1.960.0012.021.81 to 2.260.001
 Richest1.521.33 to 1.730.0011.721.51 to 1.960.001
Mother's education
 No education11
 Primary1.851.51 to 2.270.0012.061.65 to 2.560.001
 Secondary2.942.40 to 3.630.0013.983.19 to 4.970.001
 Higher6.204.87 to 7.850.00110.378.06 to 13.30.001
Father's education
 No education11
 Primary1.501.18 to 1.900.0011.160.91 to 1.470.24
 Secondary1.811.43 to 2.310.0011.611.26 to 2.050.001
 Higher1.791.37 to 2.330.0011.681.28 to 2.200.001
Frequency of listening to radio/reading newspaper/magazine
 Not all11
 Less than once a week1.160.94 to 1.440.181.251.01 to 1.550.01
 At least once a week1.241.13 to 1.370.0011.261.15 to 1.390.001
  • Mother's age at childbirth, mother's occupation, father's occupation, birth order and child status are controlled in multivariate analyses.