Table 1

Trends of OD in Rajasthan households with and without toilets (probability sample weighted population percentage with 95% CIs)

RoundCompletion dateSample sizeODFRegular ODMain OD
NProbability sample weighted population percentages (95% CI)
All households
1Oct 2016487026.8 (20.2 to 33.4)27.2 (21.0 to 33.4)46.0 (39.4 to 52.6)
2Apr 2017498640.3 (33.1 to 47.5)20.9 (16.1 to 25.6)38.8 (32.7 to 45.0)
3Oct 2017489344.8 (37.7 to 52.0)19.3 (14.9 to 23.7)35.9 (30.1 to 41.8)
4Jul 2018493448.3 (40.9 to 55.6)18.4 (14.1 to 22.8)33.3 (27.4 to 39.2)
Urban households
1Oct 2016119244.3 (29.5 to 59.0)43.2 (28.2 to 58.2)12.6 (6.0 to 19.1)
2Apr 2017124466.3 (53.8 to 78.8)21.7 (10.6,32.8)11.9 (6.0 to 17.9)
3Oct 2017121873.0 (61.8 to 84.2)15.4 (6.5 to 24.3)11.6 (5.2 to 18.0)
4Jul 2018121678.5 (68.3 to 88.7)12.1 (3.6 to 20.7)9.4 (4.0 to 14.7)
Rural households
1Oct 2016367817.7 (12.1 to 23.4)19.0 (14.4 to 23.6)63.3 (57.0 to 69.6)
2Apr 2017374226.0 (19.7 to 32.4)20.4 (15.8 to 24.9)53.6 (47.0 to 60.2)
3Oct 2017367529.5 (22.8 to 36.3)21.3 (16.5 to 26.2)49.1 (42.7 to 55.6)
4Jul 2018371832.5 (24.4 to 40.6)21.7 (16.9 to 26.6)45.8 (38.4 to 53.2)
  • Regular OD: Households with toilet access where members regularly openly defecate.

  • Main OD: Households where members mainly openly defecate (no toilet).

  • ODF: Households with toilet access and open defecation free.

  • OD, open defecation; ODF, open defecation free.