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Table 1 Characteristics of clients aged > 15 years offered home-based HIV testing in Siaya County

From: Mapping geographic clusters of new HIV diagnoses to inform granular-level interventions for HIV epidemic control in western Kenya

  Enumerated, n (%) Eligibility assessed, n (%) Eligible for HIV testing, n (%) Tested for HIV, n (%) With conclusive test results, n HIV-positive, n (%)
Total clients 365,798 (100%) 355,277 (97%) 312,223 (88%) 268,543 (86%) 268,153 2906 (1.1%)a
Relationship to household head
 Household headb 136,607 (37%) 132,622 (37%) 111,024 (36%) 94,506 (35%) 94,349 1432 (1.5%)
 Spouse 80,161 (22%) 78,756 (22%) 66,124 (21%) 60,660 (23%) 60,545 848 (1.4%)
 Children > 15 years 110,255 (30%) 105,999 (30%) 99,144 (32%) 80,781 (30%) 80,698 345 (0.4%)
 Relatives & non-relatives 38,775 (11%) 37,900 (11) 35,931 (11%) 32,596 (12%) 32,561 281 (0.9%)
 Age (median, interquartile  range) 30 (20, 47) 30 (20, 47) 28 (19, 46) 28 (19, 47)   
Age group (years)
 15–19 88,758 (24%) 85,813 (24%) 81,979 (26%) 69,651 (26%) 69,580 166 (0.2%)
 20–24 52,952 (14%) 51,579 (14%) 47,722 (15%) 41,738 (16%) 41,682 442 (1.1%)
 25–35 82,771 (23%) 80,349 (23%) 67,381 (22%) 57,238 (21%) 57,138 1096 (1.9%)
  > 35 141,317 (39%) 137,536 (39%) 115,141 (37%) 99,916 (37%) 99,753 1202 (1.2%)
Sex
 Men 162,628 (44%) 156,410 (44%) 141,011 (45%) 114,349 (43%) 114,187 1123 (1.0%)
 Women 203,170 (56%) 198,867 (56%) 171,212 (55%) 154,194 (57%) 153,966 1783 (1.2%)
Marital statusc
 Single     102,988 (38%) 102,887 442 (0.4%)
 Married monogamous     131,034 (49%) 130,802 1844 (1.4%)
 Married polygamous     6284 (2%) 6275 154 (2.5%)
 Separated/divorced     1917 (1%) 1913 100 (5.2%)
 Widow/widower     26,317 (10%) 26,273 363 (1.4%)
Time since last HIV testc
  < 3 months     2521 (1%) 2516 32 (1.3%)
 3–12 months     183,854 (69%) 183,606 1711 (0.9%)
  > 12 months     64,870 (24%) 64,761 951 (1.5%)
 Never tested     17,298 (6%) 17,270 212 (1.2%)
  1. aIn addition to the new diagnoses of 2906, a total of 27,833 previously diagnosed HIV-positive clients were identified; the proportion of total HIV-positive clients was 8.7% among those whose eligibility was assessed
  2. bAmong household heads, 81,599 (60%) were men and 55,008 (40%) women
  3. cThese variables were collected only for clients tested for HIV
  4. Abbreviation: n, number