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Table 5 Logistic regression analyses of programme exposure by FSW sub-group, in 2009

From: Exposure to HIV prevention programmes associated with improved condom use and uptake of HIV testing by female sex workers in Nagaland, Northeast India

Characteristic % exposed to programmea Unadjusted OR (95% CI) Adjusted ORb(95% CI)
Age    
18-19 17.2% 1 1
20-29 33.0% 2.34* (1.16-4.74) 2.34* (1.13-4.85)
30-39 35.2% 2.57* (1.20-5.49) 2.79* (1.25-6.20)
40+ 11.1% 0.70 (0.16-3.14) 0.59 (0.13-2.80)
Duration in sex work    
0-1 years 24.2% 1 1
2-4 years 31.3% 1.42 (0.86-2.34) 1.30 (0.78-2.17)
5+ years 38.5% 2.00* (1.11-3.59) 1.89* (1.04-3.45)
Volume of clients in previous week    
Up to 4 26.7% 1 1
5 or more 31.7% 1.27 (0.82-1.96) 1.31 (0.84-2.06)
Income other than sex work    
No 27.4% 1 1
Yes 31.8% 1.24 (0.81-1.89) 1.23 (0.79-1.91)
Ever consumed drugs    
No 29.2% 1 1
Yes 33.3% 1.24 (0.68-2.24) 1.24 (0.67-2.30)
Sold sex outside Dimapur    
No 31.3% 1 1
Yes 20.0% 0.53 (0.26-1.07) 0.44* (0.21-0.92)
Any STI c    
No 27.3% 1 1
Yes 37.5% 1.58 (0.99-2.51) 1.73* (1.07-2.80)
  1. a Proportion of FSWs who had been exposed to programme services (any one of; contacted by peers/workers of NGOs, received condoms, or visited the programme clinic), calculated in SPSS using weights generated in RDSAT.
  2. b Adjusted for literacy and place of solicitation.
  3. c Includes reactive syphilis serology, gonorrhoea, and chlamydia.
  4. *p<0.05, ** p<0.01, *** p<0.001.