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Table 2 Reporting Among 15–49-Year-Old Female GBV Survivors Seeking Psychosocial Support in Eastern Ukraine, N = 8525, 2016–2017

From: Factors associated with experiencing sexual violence among female gender-based violence survivors in conflict-afflicted eastern Ukraine

  Total Sexual violence a Physical violence Non-contact violence b p-value c
  n (%) n (%) n (%) n (%)  
  8525 (100.0) 220 (2.6) 2928 (34.3) 5377 (63.1)  
Days to access MT services [median (IQR)] 7 (2–17) 11 (5–23) 7 (2–17) 7 (3–17) < 0.001
Previously reported incident 3086 (36.2) 58 (26.4) 1484 (50.7) 1544 (28.7) < 0.001
If reported, where? d
Health services 285 (9.2) 4 (6.9) 184 (12.4) 97 (6.3) < 0.001
Psychosocial services 1043 (33.8) 22 (37.9) 326 (22.0) 695 (45.0) < 0.001
Police 1547 (50.1) 29 (50.0) 1027 (69.2) 491 (31.8) < 0.001
Other institutions 723 (23.4) 11 (19.0) 200 (13.5) 512 (22.3) < 0.001
  1. Note. GBV Gender-based violence, MT Mobile teams, IQR Interquartile range
  2. a Includes rape and sexual assault. Because the GBV categories were mutually exclusive, women experiencing sexual violence may also have experienced other types of violence
  3. b Includes economic and psychological violence
  4. c p-value based on Pearson’s chi-square, Fisher’s exact or median test
  5. d Can report to multiple places