Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of the respondents (n=846)

VariablesUrban (n=423)Rural (n=423)Both (n=846)
%95% CI%95% CI%95% CI
Age (years)*14.4±1.014.8±1.014.6±1.1
Age groups
 12–15 years86.383.0 to 89.676.672.6 to 80.681.478.8 to 84.0
 16–18 years13.710.4 to 17.023.419.4 to 27.418.616.0 to 21.2
Gender
 Boys50.645.8 to 55.464.559.9 to 69.157.654.3 to 60.9
 Girls49.444.6 to 54.235.530.9 to 40.142.439.1 to 45.7
Grade of education
 8th grade49.444.6 to 54.235.530.9 to 40.142.439.1 to 45.7
 9th grade41.837.1 to 46.541.837.1 to 46.541.838.5 to 45.1
 10th grade3126.6 to 35.42621.8 to 30.228.525.5 to 31.5
Monthly family income†365.9 (243.9 to 609.8)122 (73.2 to 182.9)182.9 (122 to 365.9)
Economic status‡
 Low-income90.888 to 93.6100100 to 10095.494 to 96.8
 Lower-middle-income and above9.2.76.4 to 12004.63.2 to 6
  • *Presented as mean±SD.

  • †Presented as median (IQR), the unit was US$ as per 9 July 2018 currency.

  • ‡According to the July 2018 per-capita GNI and the World Bank calculation.

  • GNI, gross national income.