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Table 2 Factors associated with sufficient EBF knowledge among women

From: Predictors of exclusive breastfeeding knowledge and intention to or practice of exclusive breastfeeding among antenatal and postnatal women receiving routine care: a cross-sectional study

  Unadjusted Adjusted
Variable OR (95% Cl) p-value aOR (95% Cl) p-valueb
Monthly income (GMD)
  < 1500 1   1  
  ≥ 1500 2.05 (1.31, 3.21) 0.002 1.98 (1.24, 3.16) 0.004
Counseling on EBF
 No 1   1  
 Yes 1.85 (1.15, 2.98) 0.012 1.53 (0.92, 2.56) 0.104
Attitude
 Less positive 1   1  
 Positive 2.36 (1.40, 3.92) 0.001 2.40 (1.40, 4.10) 0.003
Partner supports EBF
 No 1   1  
 Yes 2.20 (1.27, 3.81) 0.005 2.18 (1.23, 3.87) 0.008
Intention to or EBF
 No 1   1  
 Yes 1.65 (1.04, 2.62) 0.032 1.43 (0.87, 2.36) 0.154
  1. OR Odds ratio, Cl confidence interval, EBF Exclusive breastfeeding, GMD Gambian Dalasi
  2. aAdjusted for family income, counseling on EBF, intention to or practice EBF, Attitude and Husband supports EBF
  3. bSignificant at p <  0.05