Table 3

Results of multivariable logistic regressions of use of modern contraceptive methods among married women age 15–49 in Haiti

VariablesUrbanRural
OR95% CIOR95% CI
Level of availability of multiple family planning methods
 Low availability1.001.00
 Medium availability1.77**1.19 to 2.631.73**1.23 to 2.45
 High availability2.01**1.33 to 3.052.23*1.61 to 3.09
Age
 15–241.001.00
 25–340.780.54 to 1.131.040.83 to 1.31
 35–440.52**0.33 to 0.810.810.61 to 1.06
 45–490.25*0.13 to 0.470.29*0.20 to 0.42
Number of living kids
 0–11.001.00
 2–32.10*1.54 to 2.862.70*2.15 to 3.38
 4–51.78**1.15 to 2.753.32*2.52 to 4.37
 6+2.27**1.23 to 4.203.19*2.32 to 4.38
Education
 None1.001.00
 Primary1.080.71 to 1.641.090.91 to 1.31
 Secondary or higher1.020.65 to 1.611.130.87 to 1.46
Occupation
 Unemployed1.001.00
 Agriculture1.070.57 to 2.021.270.98 to 1.63
 Professional1.230.93 to 1.631.28**1.08 to 1.52
 Other1.760.97 to 3.181.170.67 to 2.04
Wealth Quintile†
 Lowestna1.00
 Secondna0.930.78 to 1.11
 Middlena1.010.80 to 1.29
 Lowest-Middle1.00na
 Fourth0.860.63 to 1.181.220.83 to 1.79
 Highest0.64***0.43 to 0.930.770.40 to 1.46
Religion
 Catholics1.001.00
 Protestant0.790.61 to 1.020.78**0.67 to 0.92
 Vaudousant/other0.580.32 to 1.050.940.70 to 1.25
Exposure to family planning messages
 No exposure1.001.00
 Weekly or more0.910.71 to 1.171.030.88 to 1.20
Contact with family planning provider
 No1.001.00
 Yes1.89*1.45 to 2.461.82*1.55 to 2.13
Random parameter0.060.10
Number of women12163826
Number of clusters85241
  • ***P<0.001; **P<0.01; *P<0.05.

  • †In non-metropolitan urban areas, very few women were in the lowest and second wealth quintiles, and they were combined into the middle wealth group.