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Table 2 Sex work characteristics, sexual behaviors, and HIV services among HIV-positive female sex workers at each stage of the conditional 90–90-90 cascade in Juba and Nimule, South Sudan, 2016

From: Progress toward the UNAIDS 90–90-90 targets among female sex workers and sexually exploited female adolescents in Juba and Nimule, South Sudan

  Juba Nimule
  HIV Positive HIV-positive aware a On treatment a Suppressed viral load HIV Positive HIV-positive aware a On treatment a Suppressed viral load
  N = 333 N = 233 N = 190 N = 126 N = 108 N = 82 N = 69 N = 58
  n (%; 95% CI) n (%; 95% CI) n (%; 95% CI) n (%; 95% CI) n (%; 95% CI) n (%; 95% CI) n (%; 95% CI) n (%; 95% CI)
Years selling sex
  ≤ 2 years 138 (44.6; 37.9–51.3) 106 (83.6; 75.8–91.4) 88 (83.3; 75.0–91.6) 68 (80.7; 71.6–89.8) 40 (39.6; 28.8–50.5) 28 (83.6; 70.1–97.1) 22 (71.0; 49.2–92.9) 18 (86.0; 69.3–100.0)
 3–4 years 88 (25.5; 19.8–31.1) 67 (83.6; 74.8–92.4) 49 (72.4; 59.0–85.8) 26 (57.0; 40.6–73.4) 32 (27.7; 18.3–37.1) 25 (93.0; 84.3–100.0) 22 (91.9; 81.6–100.0) 19 (90.6; 78.9–100.0)
  ≥ 5 years 96 (29.9; 24.0–35.9) 55 (72.9; 61.6–84.2) 48 (88.9; 79.8–97.9) 29 (62.1; 45.4–78.7) 36 (32.7; 22.6–42.8) 29 (100.0) 25 (80.4; 62.1–98.6) 21 (82.2; 63.3–100.0)
Has someone who facilitates meeting clients
 Yes 75 (23.0; 17.5–28.4) 49 (84.3; 73.3–95.4) 39 (79.8; 66.8–92.8) 26 (72.0; 55.1–88.8) 36 (28.5; 19.2–37.7) 30 (89.3; 78.6–100.0) 24 (77.2; 59.6–94.8) 19 (83.1; 66.0–100.0)
 No 252 (77.0; 71.6–82.5) 182 (79.5; 73.4–85.5) 149 (82.3; 75.6–89.0) 98 (69.4; 60.7–78.1) 72 (71.5; 62.3–80.8) 52 (92.4; 84.9–99.9) 45 (81.7; 67.7–95.8) 39 (87.8; 76.6–99.0)
Number of male clients who gave money, last 6 months
  < 5 13 (6.1; 2.3–9.9) 9 (86.3; 60.9–100.0) 7 (94.7; 86.4–100.0) 2 (48.2; 4.3–92.0) 12 (18.5; 7.5–29.5) 6 (100.0) 5 (91.8; 74.7–100.0) 5 (100.0; 90.5–100.0)
  ≥ 5 188 (93.9; 90.1–97.7) 125 (76.7; 69.1–84.2) 104 (84.5; 77.4–91.6) 71 (71.2; 61.2–81.2) 45 (81.5; 70.5–92.5) 37 (97.8; 94.4–100.0) 32 (81.8; 62.3–98.3) 29 (90.2; 78.4–100.0)
Used condoms with all male clients, last 6 months
 Yes 192 (61.2; 54.7–67.6) 152 (85.0; 79.1–91.0) 126 (83.5; 76.8–90.2) 80 (69.5; 60.0–79.0) 24 (20.6; 12.0–29.3) 18 (89.0; 75.2–100.0) 13 (69.8; 45.2–94.4) 8 (58.0; 23.1–92.9)
 No 128 (38.8; 32.4–45.3) 74 (72.2; 62.0–82.5) 57 (76.7; 64.4–89.0) 43 (74.0; 60.6–87.3) 78 (79.4; 70.7–88.0) 62 (91.6; 84.4–98.8) 54 (82.0; 69.0–94.9) 48 (90.5; 81.9–99.2)
Used condom at last sex act
 Yes 290 (87.9; 83.7–92.2) 213 (82.4; 77.0–87.6) 177 (83.7; 77.8–89.6) 117 (69.5; 61.5–77.5) 78 (70.5; 60.1–80.9) 61 (88.7; 80.6–96.9) 50 (80.0; 67.6–92.3) 41 (83.1; 71.0–95.3)
 No 38 (12.1; 7.8–16.3) 18 (61.9; 39.7–84.0) 11 (56.2; 28.4–84.1) 7 (77.5; 54.5–100.0) 29 (29.5; 19.1–39.9) 21 (98.9; 96.6–100.0) 19 (81.1; 57.5–100.0) 17 (94.2; 82.7–100.0)
Spoke with peer educator or outreach worker, last 12 months
 Yes 149 (48.1; 41.5–54.8) 126 (86.4; 79.8–93.1) 103 (85.0; 78.2–91.8) 72 (74.4; 64.8–84.1) 36 (30.2; 20.3–40.1) 30 (93.3; 85.7–100.0) 24 (72.8; 51.9–93.7) 21 (86.1; 70.7–100.0)
 No 177 (51.9; 45.2–58.5) 104 (74.3; 66.0–82.6) 84 (77.3; 67.0–87.6) 52 (64.0; 51.8–76.1) 71 (69.8; 59.9–79.7) 51 (90.2; 81.6–98.8) 44 (83.9; 71.1–96.7) 37 (88.6; 77.4–99.8)
Given free condoms, last 12 months
 Yes 232 (72.7; 67.0–78.3) 189 (86.3; 81.0–91.6) 154 (80.8; 74.0–87.6) 100 (69.5; 60.8–78.1) 59 (53.0; 42.2–63.9) 46 (87.4; 77.6–97.2) 36 (72.9; 56.2–89.5) 29 (77.4; 61.2–93.7)
 No 95 (27.3; 21.7–33.0) 40 (59.7; 46.2–73.1) 33 (86.2; 75.5–96.9) 23 (71.4; 54.4–88.4) 49 (47.0; 36.1–57.8) 36 (96.6; 90.9–100.0) 33 (89.1; 76.4–100.0) 29 (95.5; 88.3–100.0)
  1. Abbreviations: CI confidence interval