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Table 1 Sample distribution for HIV-infected migrants enrolled in the study, by site, Lesotho, 2016

From: Access to HIV care and treatment for migrants between Lesotho and South Africa: a mixed methods study

District Location Health Facility Patients on ART N Surveyed N (%) Migrants N (%)
Leribe Rural Matlameng H/C 315 30 (9.5) 7 (23.3)
Leribe Rural Pontmain H/C 1337 119 (8.9) 50 (42.0)
Leribe Rural Seshote H/C 1136 70 (6.2) 11 (15.7)
Leribe Urban Maputsoe Filter Clinic 2074 347 (16.7) 100 (28.8)
Leribe Urban Maputsoe SDA H/C 1539 260 (16.9) 15 (5.8)
Mafeteng Rural Matelile H/C 667 99 (14.8) 10 (10.1)
Mafeteng Rural Ts’akholo H/C 591 235 (39.8) 24 (10.2)
Mafeteng Urban Mafeteng Hospital 3277 424 (12.9) 90 (21.2)
Maseru Rural Nazareth H/C 1960 441 (22.5) 26 (5.9)
Maseru Rural Scott Hospital 1239 136 (11.0) 16 (11.8)
Maseru Urban Domiciliary H/C 1550 28 (1.8) 28 (100)a
Maseru Rural Paki H/C 1185 61 (5.1) 52 (85.2)a
Maseru Urban RLDF H/C 1247 243 (19.5) 34 (14.0)
Maseru Rural St Joseph Hospital 1399 13 (0.9) 13 (100)a
Maseru Urban Thamae H/C 2178 278 (12.8) 48 (17.3)
TOTAL    21,694 2784 (12.8) 524 (18.8)
  1. aH/C – Health Care; At Domiciliary H/C and St Joseph Hospital, surveys were administered only to self-reported migrants; At Paki H/C the same held true, except for the last three days of data collection