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Table 3 Effect of FPP on selected outcome variables for MSM in AP, India*

From: Community-based prevention leads to an increase in condom use and a reduction in sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among men who have sex with men (MSM) and female sex workers (FSW): the Frontiers Prevention Project (FPP) evaluation results

  Used condom with last male sexual partner Used condom with last female sexual partner Sero-positivity for HSV 2 Sero-positivity for syphilis
  Random effects Fixed effects Random effects Fixed effects Random effects Fixed effects Random effects Fixed effects
FPP = 1 -0.138   0.037   0.658   0.484  
Follow-up = 1 1.029 0.908 2.087** 2.268** -2.154** -2.012* -4.092*** -3.798**
FPP * Follow-up 0.246 0.302 0.605 1.196** -1.368** -1.482*** -0.748** -0.687**
Site average exposure to condom demonstrations 2.778 2.758 -2.321* -3.481** 4.024** 4.083** 4.912** 4.445**
Site average exposure to peer educators 0.006 0.040 3.052* 4.823** -1.425 -0.365 -0.684 0.423
Site average access to drop-in centres -0.636 -0.494 -1.049 -1.966 0.094 -1.125 0.756 -0.461
Age in years -0.047 -0.047*** -0.134*** -0.134*** 0.029*** 0.030*** 0.059*** 0.058
At least 1 of 3 last sexual encounters was commercial = 1 0.114 0.121 -0.4121** -0.370** 4.63e-06 -0.011 -0.113 -0.118
Had a female sexual partner = 1 0.360 0.379**    -0.166 -0.182 -0.4371*** -0.444***
Constant 1.272   1.799***   -2.722***   -2.261***  
N 2 361 2 361 1 510 1 510 2 624 2 624 2 579 2 579
  1. *** p < 0.001, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1. All values from the regressions are the coefficients.