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Table 3 Correlates of being aware of HIV-positive status among female sex workers in Juba, 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
Variable OR (95% CI) p-value aOR (95% CI) p-value
Nationality   0.0343   0.3102
 Other 2.83 (1.03–7.78)   1.68 (0.61–4.62)  
 South Sudanese Ref   Ref  
Away from home for ≥1 month, past 6 months   0.0114   0.0449
 Yes 3.06 (1.31–7.16)   2.73 (1.02–7.31)  
 No Ref   Ref  
Disclosed sex work to anyonea   0.0577   0.2141
 No 2.07 (1.01–4.25)   1.63 (0.75–3.55)  
 Yes Ref   Ref  
Ashamed of selling sex   0.0218   0.0576
 No 2.79 (1.29–6.05)   2.0 (1.0–3.9)  
 Yes Ref   Ref  
Used condoms with all male clients, last 6 months   0.0249   0.2637
 Yes 2.18 (1.09–4.36)   1.51 (0.73–3.12)  
 No Ref   Ref  
Used condom at last sex act   0.0329   0.4556
 Yes 2.87 (1.05–7.89)   1.46 (0.54–3.95)  
 No Ref   Ref  
Spoke with peer educator or outreach worker, last 12 months   0.0234   0.3827
 Yes 2.20 (1.08–4.50)   1.39 (0.66–2.94)  
 No Ref   Ref  
Given free condoms, last 12 months   0.0001   0.0027
 Yes 4.25 (2.08–8.71)   3.00 (1.47–6.14)  
 No Ref   Ref  
  1. Abbreviations: OR odds ratio; aOR adjusted odds ratio; CI confidence interval
  2. a Includes immediate and extended family members, spouse or partner, friends who do not sell sex, health care providers, and other