In with some variables are not proven

In census 2014 report, all the variation are
significantly related to the dependent variable of early-age mortality, but
correlation with some variables are not proven enough to interpret significant
relationship. After “stepwise regression” analysis, only four variables have
significant effect on early-age mortality. These are percentage of population
with access to modern communication devise and electricity, number of adult per
households and child-women ration. Regression coefficient of percentage of
population with electricity accessibility is -0.014. If one unit increased in
the population with access to electricity, the early-age mortality can drop
0.014 percent. The multiple regression (R) indicate
the combine effect of all independent variables on early-age mortality rate. R2
is more useful in interpretation of all variables. This variable,
percentage of population with access to electricity reflects the development of
township or state. R is 0.716 indicated that median joint effect of four
variables on early-age mortality and R2 is 0.513 which means that combined
effect of four independent variables is 51.3% on changes in early-age mortality
rate. Relatively, the coefficient of population accessed to modern
communication devises is same as above. People living in more access to modern
communication devises and electricity have also more accessibility to health
services in time and can save the lives of children. Therefore, under-five
mortality rate in easy accessible area will be lower than those in head to
reach area.

The regression coefficient of child-mother ratio is
2.186.  This ratio indicates that fertility
rate in the area. High fertility area have more child deaths as well as high mortality
rate of children under 5 year old. In controversial, high mean number of adults in household is related to
low early-age mortality. It was quite complicated and more in depth survey for
exploration of the relationship between the mean number of adults per household
and early-age mortality is recommended in the census 2014 report. There
are other socio-economic factors which influence on the under-five mortality
although these are not shown strong relationship in censes 2014 report. Safe
drinking water, latrine sanitation, health care practice, housing status,
household type and nutritional status are also important facts to be considered
to improve the reduction rate of under-five mortality.

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