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Table 4 Predictors of being HIV-positive among men who have sex with men and transgender women in Port Moresby

From: One size does not fit all: HIV prevalence and correlates of risk for men who have sex with men, transgender women in multiple cities in Papua New Guinea

  N Bivariate OR (95% CI) p-value Multivariable aOR (95% CI) p-value
Age (years) 390   0.9606   
 12–24   Ref    
 25–29   1.02 (0.32–3.26)    
 30+   1.15 (0.41–3.23)    
Gender identity 390   < 0.0001   
 Male   Ref    
 TG   9.61 (3.64–25.34)    
Education 390     
 No formal education   Ref    
 Primary   4.34 (1.06–17.84)    
 High school or higher   2.18 (0.80–5.92)    
Main source of income 370     
 Formal   2.03 (0.65–6.31)    
 Informal   Ref    
 Unemployed   1.10 (0.34–3.55)    
Marital status 390     
 Never married   Ref    
 Married   0.53 (0.13–2.14)    
 Divorced, separated, or widowed   0.70 (0.18–2.71)    
Disclosed sexual behaviours to family or friends (non-MSM) 390     
 Yes   Ref    
 No   0.37 (0.15–0.92)    
Used internet or mobile apps to meet partners, last 6 months 389   0.0007   
 Yes   4.85 (1.95–12.04)    
 No   Ref    
Had vaginal/anal sex with a woman in the last 6 months 390   0.0057   0.0544
 Yes   Ref   Ref  
 No   7.88 (2.96–21.03)   4.49 (1.60–12.60)  
Have cut foreskin 390   0.0002   0.0143
 Yes   Ref   Ref  
 No   10.54 (3.06–36.36)   6.49 (1.89–22.25)  
Experienced at least one self-reported STD symptom in the last 12 months 390   0.0002   0.0179
 Yes   6.02 (2.33–15.55)   5.95 (2.15–16.46)  
 No   Ref   Ref  
Last contact with peer outreach 384   0.0399   
 Never   0.41 (0.10–1.63)    
< 3 months   2.64 (0.92–7.55)    
 4–12 months   Ref    
 More than 12 months ago   0.90 (0.16–4.93)