Table 4

Weighted state proportions for MNCRH, HIV and STI indicators, South Sudan household survey, 2015

Indicator*Weighted state coverage proportions (%) and in parenthesis 95% CI (%)
UNJonglei/GPAAWarrapNBeGWBeGLakesWESCESEES
Maternal and neonatal care
ANC 4+21.4 (±7.2)11.0 (±3.6)9.9 (±5.1)27.6 (±10.7)37.7 (±9.3)18.6 (±6.6)30.7 (±7.7)40.0 (±9.7)19.4 (±6.2)
Malaria prophylaxis36.0 (±8.9)29.8 (±6.3)24.3 (±6.4)43.1 (±12.3)36.4 (±10.9)33.7 (±8.2)36.7 (±8.2)42.4 (±10.1)22.3 (±6.4)
Tetanus prophylaxis6.7 (±4.1)8.8 (±4.1)8.0 (±5.3)12.0 (±8.3)17.6 (±9.2)8.9 (±4.9)16.6 (±6.8)32.4 (±10.0)9.7 (±5.0)
Institutional delivery13.0 (±5.7)14.9 (±4.9)14.1 (±6.0)25.3 (±11.0)42.6 (±10.9)26.5 (±7.5)37.6 (±8.0)55.1 (±9.4)21.7 (±6.2)
PNC for mother20.0 (±7.2)11.8 (±4.3)25.1 (±7.7)36.2 (±11.7)6.2 (±2.9)10.8 (±5.5)37.8 (±7.5)27.9 (±8.7)26.9 (±6.9)
Child immunisation
Measles vaccination46.7 (±9.0)56.5 (±6.4)27.7 (±8.3)26.6 (±9.3)48.5 (±8.8)49.4 (±8.5)55.4 (±7.7)73.1 (±8.7)51.7 (±7.8)
DPT3 vaccination25.5 (±8.0)23.1 (±5.8)21.0 (±7.4)19.3 (±8.1)51.1 (±10.0)23.1 (±6.9)42.8 (±8.0)70.1 (±8.3)39.0 (±6.8)
All basic vaccines18.8 (±7.4)9.6 (±4.3)7.6 (±4.4)11.3 (±5.9)41.1 (±9.0)16.4 (±6.3)19.0 (±7.0)48.6 (±9.4)23.9 (±6.4)
Childcare
Vitamin A supplementation5.0 (±4.6)4.6 (±4.1)0.9 (±1.1)2.7 (±2.6)9.7 (±10.1)3.2 (±3.2)12.9 (±8.0)3.5 (±5.1)8.4 (±6.6)
Malaria treatment30.9 (±8.5)21.7 (±5.8)24.8 (±6.9)38.4 (±11.7)24.1 (±8.9)25.8 (±7.4)27.2 (±7.0)53.4 (±10.2)29.1 (±7.2)
Diarrhoea treatment50.9 (±8.2)55.6 (±6.2)38.9 (±8.1)64.6 (±10.7)36.3 (±10.1)49.7 (±8.1)56.6 (±7.4)60.5 (±10.3)40.8 (±7.7)
Pneumonia care seeking57.2 (±8.1)64.9 (±6.1)54.4 (±8.7)59.7 (±12.4)52.0 (±10.8)72.6 (±7.1)81.6 (±6.1)82.2 (±7.8)61.1 (±7.7)
HIV testing
HIV testing, women4.9 (±3.5)10.4 (±4.3)2.8 (±2.9)3.7 (±5.6)33.2 (±7.8)6.9 (±4.3)52.2 (±7.6)29.1 (±9.3)21.7 (±6.6)
HIV testing, men9.6 (±5.5)11.6 (±4.5)4.6 (±3.8)8.1 (±5.5)18.6 (±8.6)12.2 (±5.7)50.5 (±7.8)34.3 (±9.8)20.0 (±6.4)
HIV-related knowledge
MTCT knowledge, women20.4 (±7.2)15.0 (±5.0)16.4 (±6.9)20.0 (±9.8)6.3 (±6.5)18.1 (±6.5)29.7 (±7.0)17.9 (±7.6)11.5 (±5.2)
MTCT knowledge, men31.4 (±7.2)21.6 (±5.7)24.1 (±8.2)19.9 (±10.4)18.4 (±10.0)23.1 (±7.2)30.2 (±7.1)21.5 (±8.5)20.8 (±6.4)
Prevention knowledge, women13.6 (±6.8)10.5 (±4.5)0.3 (±0.6)4.5 (±6.1)3.8 (±4.0)2.1 (±2.5)29.8 (±6.9)11.3 (±4.3)6.6 (±4.1)
Prevention knowledge, men23.0 (±7.6)18.1 (±5.4)7.9 (±5.6)12.1 (±8.8)11.1 (±7.5)18.0 (±6.9)39.2 (±7.4)23.2 (±7.2)8.6 (±4.2)
Misconception knowledge 1 (mosquito), women44.3 (±8.4)31.7 (±6.4)25.8 (±8.3)47.7 (±11.9)35.4 (±7.4)21.3 (±7.2)39.3 (±7.9)60.1 (±9.7)39.0 (±7.4)
Misconception knowledge 1 (mosquito), men60.0 (±7.5)41.0 (±6.7)37.8 (±9.3)40.8 (±12.0)43.7 (±7.2)34.0 (±8.4)43.4 (±8.3)82.2 (±6.1)48.2 (±7.4)
Misconception knowledge 2 (food), women45.0 (±8.5)40.7 (±6.4)25.1 (±8.0)55.6 (±11.4)70.7 (±9.0)49.1 (±8.6)74.9 (±6.8)84.4 (±5.6)64.1 (±6.4)
Misconception knowledge 2 (food), men58.1 (±8.3)51.5 (±6.7)51.2 (±8.6)58.1 (±11.8)65.4 (±9.5)57.2 (±8.4)81.5 (±5.9)91.3 (±4.7)63.8 (±6.5)
Misconception knowledge 3 (witchcraft), women47.0 (±8.7)51.3 (±6.1)50.4 (±8.8)73.1 (±9.5)73.2 (±10.0)54.9 (±8.7)42.5 (±5.8)86.0 (±6.6)62.0 (±6.6)
Misconception knowledge 3 (witchcraft), men63.0 (±7.4)56.2 (±6.2)67.9 (±8.6)84.9 (±7.9)81.3 (±9.3)62.8 (±8.2)49.6 (±6.1)87.6 (±6.5)64.1 (±6.6)
STI-related knowledge
STI knowledge, women31.7 (±8.0)45.4 (±5.4)45.7 (±7.7)49.4 (±10.9)38.4 (±11.2)45.2 (±8.2)58.8 (±7.5)68.9 (±9.5)40.7 (±6.8)
STI knowledge, men37.8 (±8.3)60.4 (±6.5)63.3 (±7.5)62.9 (±9.4)46.8 (±11.9)53.3 (±7.7)69.2 (±7.5)65.9 (±9.9)48.5 (±8.0)
HIV prevention and contraception
Contraception among non-pregnant women4.3 (±3.5)0.4 (±0.6)1.8 (±2.8)5.5 (±6.0)3.0 (±5.0)3.3 (±3.9)26.4 (±8.4)16.7 (±9.9)6.0 (±4.5)
Contraception among all married women2.5 (±2.5)0.4 (±0.5)1.6 (±2.4)5.0 (±5.5)2.3 (±4.5)2.7 (±3.1)16.3 (±7.1)12.4 (±7.9)4.4 (±3.8)
  • We do not report state-level results for the condom use indicators, because sample sizes for this indicator were too small due to a combination of the low number of persons responding affirmatively to the related questions for the construction of the denominator (having engaged in extramarital sex) and numerator (having used a condom at last extramarital sex) and missing values.

  • *For indicator definitions see table 1.

  • ACT, Artemisinin-based combination therapy; ANC, antenatal care; CES, Central Equatoria; DPT, diphtheria/pertussis/ tetanus; EES, Eastern Equatoria; GPAA, Greater Pibor Administrative Area; int. ind, international indicator (including both married and unmarried women, excluding pregnant women); Jong, Jonglei; know, knowledge; m, men; MTCT, Mother to Child Transmission; NBeG, Northern Bahr el Ghazal; ORS, oral rehydration salts; PNC, postnatalcare; prev, prevention; STI, Sexually Transmitted Infection; UN, Upper Nile; w, women; Warr, Warrap; WBeG, Western Bahr el Ghazal; WES, Western Equatoria.