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Table 5 Logistic regression model for determinants of livelihood strategy: pastoral and off-farm

From: Are there options outside livestock economy? Diversification among households of northern Kenya

Parameter estimates
Livelihood strategy B Std. error Wald df Sig. Exp(B) 95 % confidence interval for Exp(B)
Lower bound Upper bound
Pastoral Intercept −2.333 .473 24.284 1 .000    
Number of income sourcesa −.601 .111 29.497 1 .000 .548 .441 .681
Distance to water sourceb .059 .026 4.986 1 .026 1.061 1.007 1.117
Education of household headb −.079 .026 9.138 1 .003 .924 .878 .973
Age of household headb .017 .006 7.031 1 .008 1.017 1.004 1.029
Total tropical livestock unitsa .049 .009 29.978 1 .000 1.051 1.032 1.069
Durable indexa .306 .078 15.611 1 .000 1.358 1.167 1.581
Total tropical livestock units lost .003 .003 .874 1 .350 1.003 .997 1.008
[HHsex = 1] .130 .180 .521 1 .470 1.139 .800 1.619
[HHsex = 2] 0b    0     
  1. aSignificant at 99 %, bsignificant at 95 %