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From: Health inequities and clustering of fever, acute respiratory infection, diarrhoea and wasting in children under five in low- and middle-income countries: a Demographic and Health Surveys analysis

Fig. 3

The relationship between child health and equity-relevant variables. Posterior predicted increases in the probability a child has an illness when comparing: A poorest households to the wealthiest, B children whose mothers reported difficulties in accessing the nearest health facility to those who did not and C those living in rural locations to those living in urban locations. Estimates shown had < 1% of the posterior crossing zero (dashed black line). Points show the median; thick lines show the 25–75% quantile range, and thin lines show the 2.5–97.5% quantile range. Countries are ordered by median estimate across conditions. Only trends with strong evidence (those where the probability that there was no difference was less than 1%) are shown for clarity

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