The DHS Program User Forum
Discussions regarding The DHS Program data and results
Home » Topics » Child Health » Measle vaccine coverage in Rwanda RDHS 2014-15
Measle vaccine coverage in Rwanda RDHS 2014-15 [message #15844] Thu, 27 September 2018 03:38 Go to next message
phyumar is currently offline  phyumar
Messages: 18
Registered: February 2018
Location: Singapore
Member
Dear Sir/Madam,

I am working on RWKR70 file and received the measle vaccine coverage among 12-23 months children at 44%. However, it was around 90% in report. Could you kindly enlighten me? I am using this code.

gen wgt=v005/1000000
svyset [pweight=wgt],psu(v021)strata(v023)
svydescribe

. svy: prop mea1, over(childagegp)
(running proportion on estimation sample)

Survey: Proportion estimation

Number of strata = 60 Number of obs = 7,540
Number of PSUs = 492 Population size = 7,676.8237
Design df = 432

no: mea1 = no
yes: mea1 = yes

_subpop_1: childagegp = < 6 months
_subpop_2: childagegp = 6-11 months
_subpop_3: childagegp = 12-23 months
_subpop_4: childagegp = 24-35 months
_subpop_5: childagegp = 36-47 months
_subpop_6: childagegp = 48-60 months


Linearized Logit
Over Proportion Std. Err. [95% Conf. Interval]

no
_subpop_1 1 . . .
_subpop_2 .9822533 .0042009 .9718044 .9888743
_subpop_3 .5574378 .0155779 .5266399 .5878002
_subpop_4 .5614463 .0156153 .5305584 .5918653
_subpop_5 .6489286 .0155921 .6177042 .6789283
_subpop_6 .6479457 .0154389 .6170384 .6776617

yes
_subpop_1 0 (no observations)
_subpop_2 .0177467 .0042009 .0111257 .0281956
_subpop_3 .4425622 .0155779 .4121998 .4733601
_subpop_4 .4385537 .0156153 .4081347 .4694416
_subpop_5 .3510714 .0155921 .3210717 .3822958
_subpop_6 .3520543 .0154389 .3223383 .3829616


Thank you in advance.

Phyumar
Re: Measle vaccine coverage in Rwanda RDHS 2014-15 [message #15854 is a reply to message #15844] Fri, 28 September 2018 16:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Trevor-DHS is currently offline  Trevor-DHS
Messages: 737
Registered: January 2013
Senior Member
Your code does not show how you construct mea1, which is probably where the problem exists. Note the footnote that shows it is a combination of the measles only vaccine and the measles and rubella vaccine.
Re: Measle vaccine coverage in Rwanda RDHS 2014-15 [message #15856 is a reply to message #15854] Fri, 28 September 2018 16:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Trevor-DHS is currently offline  Trevor-DHS
Messages: 737
Registered: January 2013
Senior Member
See s506mr for measles and rubella
Re: Measle vaccine coverage in Rwanda RDHS 2014-15 [message #15866 is a reply to message #15856] Sun, 30 September 2018 22:27 Go to previous message
phyumar is currently offline  phyumar
Messages: 18
Registered: February 2018
Location: Singapore
Member
Dear Sir,

Thanks for clarification. Yes, I understand the reason of getting different results.


Due respect,
Phyumar
Previous Topic: Child mortality
Next Topic: Pneumococcal vaccination data in Armenia
Goto Forum:
  


Current Time: Mon Jan 18 12:12:57 Coordinated Universal Time 2021