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Table 1 Population parameters

From: Cost-effectiveness analysis of a large-scale crèche intervention to prevent child drowning in rural Bangladesh

Age groups Drowning cumulative incidence
per 100,000 children per age category and year
Model of hypothetical population of a total of 100,000 children exposed to crèches per year
Cumulative incidence 95% CI Hypothetical population* Total deaths 95% CI SD
Status-quo
12–23 months old 125.45 87.19 180.47 32,898 41.27 28.68 59.37 7.83
24–35 months old 107.10 72.93 157.26 34,548 37.00 25.20 54.33 7.43
36–47 months old 100.55 66.82 151.26 32,554 32.73 21.75 49.24 7.01
Total 100,000 111.00 75.63 162.94 22.27
Crèches
12–23 months old 34.00 13.00 90.00 32,898 11.19 4.28 29.61 6.46
24–35 months old 9.00 2.00 36.00 34,548 3.11 0.69 12.44 3.00
36–47 months old 4.00 0.20 60.00 32,554 1.30 0.07 19.53 4.97
Total 100,000 15.60 5.03 61.58 14.42
Change     Hypothetical population* Lives saved 95% CI SD
12–23 months old     32,898 30.09 24.41 29.76 1.37
24–35 months old     34,548 33.89 24.50 41.89 4.44
36–47 months old     32,554 31.43 21.69 29.71 2.05
Total 100,000 95.41 70.60 101.36 7.85
  1. Data from Alonge et al. (2020)
  2. Author's calculations
  3. *Out of 100,000 children in Bangladesh 32.90% were 12 to 23 months old, 34.55% were 24 to 35 months old, and 32.55% were 36 to 47 months old, source is Alonge et al. (2020)