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Table 1 Children and adolescent study population demographics

From: Earthquake exposures and mental health outcomes in children and adolescents from Phulpingdanda village, Nepal: a cross-sectional study

Characteristic n (%)
Respondents’ age (mean, SD) 12.5, 2.33
Respondents’ gender
 Male 27 (43.55)
 Female 35 (56.45)
Household marital status
 Married 55 (88.71)
 Other 7 (11.29)
Household identified religion
 Hindu 54 (87.10)
 Other 8 (12.90)
Household identified ethnicity
 Upper caste 25 (40.32)
 Relatively advantaged Janajatis 16 (25.81)
 Disadvantaged Janajatis 10 (16.13)
 Other 11 (17.74)
Highest level of education in household
 Illiterate/none/no response 37 (59.68)
 Primary or higher 25 (40.32)
Household identified occupation
 Farmer 53 (85.48)
 Other 9 (14.52)
Monthly household income (Nepali rupees)
 ≤ 10 k or no response 33 (53.23)
 > 10 k 29 (46.77)
Household size
 ≤ 3 8 (12.90)
 4–5 30 (48.39)
 ≥ 6 24 (38.71)