Table 4

Unadjusted and adjusted individual-level analysis showing odds of reliable and estimated child and maternal deaths and disability

ControlInterventionRandom stratum effectsFixed stratum effects
UnadjustedAdjustedUnadjustedAdjusted
OR (p value; 95% CI)OR (p value; 95% CI)OR (p value; 95% CI)OR (p value; 95% CI)
Child deaths* nn
Follow-up data onlyReliableDied11680
Alive211621070·67 (0·15; 0·39 to 1·16)0·70 (0·18; 0·43 to 1·18)0·70 (0·034; 0·50 to 0·97)0·76 (0·075; 0·55 to 1·03)
Total estimatedDied13287
Alive296627300·71 (0·15; 0·44 to 1·14)0·75 (0·17; 0·50 to 1·14)0·68 (0·007; 0·51 to 0·90)0·72 (0·026; 0·54 to 0·96)
Maternal deaths (per individual mother)
Follow-up data onlyReliableDied6852
Alive224621550·75 (0·26; 0·48 to 1·17)0·83 (0·42; 0·53 to 1·31)0·79 (0·28;0·54 to 1·15)0·87 (0·47; 0·61 to 1·26)
Total estimatedDied8063
Alive305627910·83 (0·45; 0·56 to 1·24)0·91 (0·67; 0·61 to 1·38)0·85 (0·44; 0·61 to 1·20)0·93 (0·69; 0·67 to 1·31)
Child disability
ScreenedPositive181132
Negative193519740·66 (0·10; 0·40 to 1·09)0·64 (0·085; 0·39 to 1·06)0·65 (0·021; 0·46 to 0·94)0·63 (0·013; 0·44 to 0·91)
  • All models take account of clustering of women within village development committees and also the pairing of clusters (strata) using either ‘random stratum effects’ or ‘fixed stratum effects’. Adjusted OR are adjusted for baseline asset score, maternal literacy, maternal age and main household occupation using propensity scoring.

  • Child death rate excludes stillbirths and,and deaths in infants up to 4 weeks of age.