Skip to main content

Table 2 HIV prevalence disaggregated by sociodemographics and sexual risk behaviours

From: Rising HIV prevalence among men who have sex with men in Nigeria: a trend analysis

Characteristics 2007% (n) 95%CI 2010% (n) 95%CI 2014% (n) 95% CI p value
Age (years)
 16–19 13.3 (13) 7.8–21.6 12.0 (24) 8.2–17.3 12.4 (82) 10.1–15.1 0.909
 20–24 8.9 (44) 6.7–11.7 16.2 (87) 13.3–19.6 21.1 (303) 19.1–23.3 < 0.0001
 > =25 24.1 (52) 18.8–30.2 20.0 (111) 16.9–23.6 32.3 (326) 29.5–35.3 < 0.0001
Engaged in receptive sex only in past 6 months 19.0 (31) 13.7–25.8 23.1 (76) 18.9–28.0 24.4 (187) 21.5–27.6 0.177
Engaged in insertive sex only in past 6 months 11.3 (23) 7.6–16.5 14.1 (69) 11.2–17.5 18.6 (193) 16.3–21.1 0.002
Engaged in both insertive and receptive sex in past 6 months 12.4 (54) 9.6–15.8 16.0 (73) 12.9–19.7 25.1 (321) 22.8–27.6 < 0.0001
Engaged in transactional sex in past 6 months 14.6 (37) 10.7–19.5 18.7 (89) 15.4–22.4 18.7 (191) 16.5–21.3 0.218
Feels at risk to HIV 18.9 (49) 14.6–24.2 24.1 (60) 19.2–29.8 27.3 (238) 24.4–30.4 0.006
Experienced STI symptoms in past 6 months 10.5 (6) 4.8–21.7 21.3 (43) 16.2–27.5 25.0 (151) 21.7–28.7 0.019
Had female sex partner in past 6 months 10.2 (13) 6.0–16.9 16.6 (108) 13.9–19.6 23.3 (494) 21.5–25.1 < 0.0001
States
 Cross River 2.8 (8) 1.4–5.4 5.7 (14) 3.6–9.1 11.3 (52) 8.7–14.5 < 0.0001
 Enugu NA   NA   16.8 (69) 13.5–20.8  
 FCT NA   44.4 (55) 35.8–53.2 30.1 (169) 26.4–34.0 0.002
 Kaduna NA   23.1 (48) 17.8–29.3 15.5 (76) 12.5–19.0 0.016
 Kano 11.7 (27) 8.2–16.6 11.4 (31) 8.1–15.7 14.9 (13) 8.8–24.1 0.514
 Lagos 25.4 (74) 20.7–30.8 27.1 (52) 21.2–33.8 41.4 (172) 36.7–46.2 < 0.0001
 Oyo NA   9.6 (19) 6.2–14.6 14.2 (62) 11.2–17.8 0.105
 Rivers NA   NA   40.7 (98) 34.6–47.0  
  1. P value derived from Chocran_Armitage Chi-square trend tests. CI Confidence interval
\