R/Friend three = Neighborhood wellness worker four = Homapak drug distributor five = Ordinary shop Accessed

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R/Friend three = Neighborhood well being worker four = Homapak drug distributor 5 = Ordinary shop C AML specimens and compared the results to regular controls. They accessed healthcare (6?1) six = Drug shop/Pharmacy 7 = Private clinic eight = Health unit government 9 = Wellness unit NGO 10 = Hospital government 11 = Hospital NGO Didn't access healthcare (12, 96) 12 = Traditional healer 96 = Other (specify) Total281 did not access any care, generating a total of 1602 title= j.cub.2015.05.021 older persons (unweighted sample).Ducation level limit the potential to self-report on specific overall health circumstances Frequency 32 5 12 1 13 134 408 414 48 160 54 25 15 1,% ( ) two.four 0.four 0.9 0.1 1.0 10.1 30.9 31.three three.6 12.1 four.1 1.9 1.1of residence was dichotomized into urban and rural categories. Close to a third were from the eastern region. Most of the older persons were rural residents, lived with other people and headed households. More than half were married and had no formal education. In terms of religion, majority were Catholics followed by Anglicans. The majority were from non-poor households. Majority belonged to households that owned land, did not own a bicycle and depended on farming as a major source of earning.Association between access to healthcare, demographic and socio-economic factorsFrom Table 2, results of the cross tabulations show that all demographic and socio-economic factors with the exception of gender, region, residence, household title= 146167210390822 headship, education, religion and land ownership, were drastically linked to access to healthcare (age group, living alone, marital status, poverty status, bicycle ownership, and source of earnings). More than three quarters accessed healthcare inside the final 30 days preceding the survey.R/Friend 3 = Neighborhood overall health worker 4 = Homapak drug distributor 5 = Ordinary shop Accessed healthcare (6?1) six = Drug shop/Pharmacy 7 = Private clinic 8 = Overall health unit government 9 = Wellness unit NGO ten = Hospital government 11 = Hospital NGO Did not access healthcare (12, 96) 12 = Regular healer 96 = Other (specify) Total281 did not access any care, making a total of 1602 title= j.cub.2015.05.021 older persons (unweighted sample).Frequency 32 5 12 1 13 134 408 414 48 160 54 25 15 1,Percent ( ) 2.4 0.4 0.9 0.1 1.0 ten.1 30.9 31.three 3.six 12.1 four.1 1.9 1.1of residence was dichotomized into urban and rural categories. Gender was coded as male and female. Living arrangements was recoded into two categories: either living alone or with other people. Wellness want components included disability status (1 = yes, 0 = no), self-reported NCDs (heart disease, diabetes and hypertension) and tobacco smoking. Enabling factors included education level, household poverty status (1 = poor, 0 = not poor, primarily based on spending