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Table 3 Factors associated with comprehensive knowledge of HIV transmission among fishing communities of Lake Kyoga, 2013

From: Comprehensive knowledge of HIV prevention among fishing communities of Lake Kyoga, Uganda, 2013

VariableHave comprehensive knowledge of HIV transmissionCPR95% CIAPR95% CI
No (n=881)Yes (n = 899)
Gender
 Female462 (51)449 (49)    
 Male419 (48)450 (52)1.00.95–1.141.010.80–1.32
Marital status
 Single never married179 (52)162 (48)    
 Married or living with partner584 (47)644 (52)1.20.97–1.41  
 Single for other reasons118 (56)93 (44)0.950.83–1.08 
Age
  < 201501151.0 1.0 
 20–292422991.41.13–1.681.31.13–1.19
 30–392482671.21.03–1.531.00.92–1.51
 40–491641541.10.93–1.340.90.87–1.42
 50+77641.00.89–1.190.90.82–1.15
Religion
 Catholic299 (51)287 (49)    
 Muslims105 (44)132 (56)1.00.99–1.8  
 Anglican354 (50)351 (50)1.00.90–1.15  
 Others165 (56)129 (43)0.930.85–1.02  
Educational level
 No formal Education127541.0 1.0 
 Primary level6446022.01.5–2.71.51.1–2.3
 Secondary and above1522432.51.9–3.31.91.2–3.2
Distance to Health facility
  ≤ 5 km4945721.0 1.0 
  > 5 km3873240.80.81–0.940.80.5–0.92
Ever tested for HIV
 No2371771.0 1.0 
 Yes6447221.41.1–1.61.11.02–1.70
  1. CPRR refers to the crude prevalence ratio, APRR refers to adjusted prevalence ratio