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Table 2 Percentage coverage of essential interventions in India and by wealth quintile in NFHS-4, 2015–16

From: District level inequality in reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health coverage in India

IndicatorsCoveragePoorest (Q1)PoorerMiddleRicherRichest (Q5)Difference (Q5-Q1)Richest/Poorest Ratio
BCG91.90 (0.12)86.99 (0.30)91.24 (0.27)93.21 (0.25)94.84 (0.24)95.42 (0.25)8.431.10
DPT78.75 (0.18)70.40 (0.41)77.06 0.39)80.88 (0.39)83.82 (0.40)85.66 (0.42)15.261.22
MSL81.10 (0.17)73.18 (0.40)78.93 (0.38)83.07 (0.37)85.71 (0.38)88.79 (0.38)15.611.21
ORT59.87 (0.33)53.22 (0.64)56.93 (0.68)60.26 (0.73)65.98 (0.78)70.71 (0.86)17.491.33
PNCM76.46 (0.36)65.91 (0.81)74.72 (0.75)79.49 (0.77)83.52 (0.78)86.66 (0.82)17.371.25
SBA81.36 (0.08)64.15 (0.18)78.26 (0.17)86.83 (0.15)91.76 (0.13)95.45 (0.11)31.301.49
ANC51.22 (0.11)24.99 (0.20)44.36 (0.24)57.19 (0.25)65.77 (0.26)73.05 (0.26)48.062.92
FP80.64 (0.07)71.54 (0.18)79.92 (0.15)82.94 (0.14)82.86 (0.15)83.56 (0.15)11.381.16
CGI26.2337.2727.9722.6719.1416.16−21.110.43
  1. Numbers shown in table are average proportion of coverage and in parenthesis are standard deviation of coverage