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Table 2 Adolescent Groups from Kisumu, Kenya

From: “When you have a high life, and you like sex, you will be afraid”: a qualitative evaluation of adolescents’ decision to test for HIV in Zambia and Kenya using the health belief model

Characteristic Living with HIV
(n = 35)
Unknown HIV Status (n = 38)
Age (years)
 Mean [95% confidence interval] 17.1 [16.5, 17.1] 16.8 [16.3, 17.2]
Gender
 Male 13 (37.1%) 22 (57.9%)
Education
 Not in school 8 (22.9%)
 In school 25 (71.4%) 33 (86.8%)
 Graduated 2 (5.7%) 5 (13.2%)
Living Situation
 Live at home 29 (82.9%) 37 (97.4%)
 Live at school 5 (14.3%)
 Other 1 (2.9%) 1 (2.6%)
On ART
 Yes 34 (97.1%)
 No 1 (2.9%)
Disclosed to
 Family 34 (97.1%)
 School 1 (2.9%)
Offered an HIV Test
 Yes 36 (94.7%)
 No 2 (5.3%)
Accepted an HIV Testa
 Yes 35 (97.2%)
 No 1 (2.8%)
  1. aMissing data from two participants