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Table 1 Wealth quintiles based on nine household assets for 602 children aged 7-11 years from 10 schools in western Tajikistan, early 2009

From: Prevalence and risk factors of helminths and intestinal protozoa infections among children from primary schools in western Tajikistan

  Wealth quintiles (%)
Household asset variable Total Bottom 40%
(n = 257)
Middle 40% (n = 225) Top 20% (n = 120)
Meat consumption     
   ≥5 times a week 10.6 4.3 9.3 26.7
   3-4 times a week 16.0 5.5 22.2 26.7
   1-2 times a week 47.2 51.0 48.0 37.5
   < 1 times a week 26.3 39.3 20.4 9.2
Has a refrigerator 24.6 2.7 22.2 75.8
Has a radio 60.8 40.9 66.2 93.3
Has a colour television 78.9 59.1 92.9 94.2
Has a satellite 12.3 1.6 9.3 40.8
Has a DVD recorder 58.1 33.5 74.7 86.7
Has a car 31.9 3.5 35.6 85.8
Has mobile phone 68.4 46.7 83.6 86.7
Has a fix phone 9.5 2.3 8.4 26.7