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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of respondents

From: Socio-economic and cultural vulnerabilities to cervical cancer and challenges faced by patients attending care at Tikur Anbessa Hospital: a cross sectional and qualitative study

Age group N (%)
 <30 4 (2.0)
 30-39 35 (17.7)
 40-49 54 (27.3)
 50-59 50 (25.3)
 60-69 45 (22.7)
 >69 10 (5.1)
Current marital status
 Single 1 (0.5)
 Married 101 (51.0)
 Widowed 69 (34.8)
 Separated 19 (9.6)
 Divorced 8 (4.0)
Permanent residence (Region)
 Oromia 70 (35.4)
 Amhara 46 (23.2)
 Addis Ababa 42 (21.2)
 SNNPR 15 (7.6)
 Tigray 10 (5.1)
 Harrari 6 (3.0)
 Afar 3 (1.5)
 Gambella 2 (1.0)
 Somali 2 (1.0)
 Benishangul-Gumuz 1 (0.5)
 Dire-Dawa 1 (0.5)
Religion
 Christian Orthodox 123 (62.1)
 Christian Protestant 29 (14.6)
 Muslim 46 (23.2)
Occupation
 House Wife 78 (39.4)
 Farmer 73 (36.9)
 Government employed 13 (6.6)
 Merchant (private business) 12 (6.1)
 Employed in private for profit sector 9 (4.5)
 Pensioner 8 (4.0)
 Daily laborer 2 (1.0)
 NGO employed 1 (0.5)
 Unemployed 1 (0.5)
 Temporary worker 1 (0.5)
Educational status
 Illiterate 103 (52.0)
 Read and write only 29 (14.6)
 Grade 1-4 21 (10.6
 Grade 5-8 27 (13.6)
 Grade 9-12 12 (6. 1)
 College, University graduated 6 (3.0)
Number of children (parity) (n = 195); Mean = 5.3
 <=3 54 (27.7)
 4-6 80 (41.0)
 7-9 43 (22.1)
 10+ 18 (9.2)
Household monthly income in ETB (n = 180)
 <500 43 (23.9)
 500 - 999.99 77 (42.8)
 1,000 - 1,499.99 29 (16.1)
 1,500 - 1,999.99 19 (10.6)
 2,000 or more 12 (6.7)
Family size
 <=3 69 (34.8)
 4--6 85 (42.9)
 7--9 29 (14.7)
 10+ 15 (7.6)