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Table 3 Prevalence (%) of poor QoL by age and sex, adults aged 50 and over NUHDSS Korogocho and Viwandani Nairobi City, Kenya, 2006–7

From: Health and ageing in Nairobi’s informal settlements-evidence from the International Network for the Demographic Evaluation of Populations and Their Health (INDEPTH): a cross sectional study

  Men Women p-values Both Sexes
Total n (%) 1260 (36.4) 618 (55.2)   1878 (42.6)
Age-group n (%)
 50–59 years 909 (32.1) 359 (45.0) p < 0.001 1271 (35.8)
 60–69 years 250 (43.6) 156 (64.0) p < 0.001 404 (51.4)
 70–79 years 72 (50.7) 62 (77.5) p < 0.01 133 (63.2)
 80-plus years 29 (72.3) 41 (77.0) p = 0.64 70 (75.1)
  1. Note: All analyses weighted to the Nairobi NUHDSS population 2007. P-values reported for chi-squared tests of significance comparing prevalence between men and women for each age group