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Table 2 IPV prevalence of study populations, where reported

From: A systematic review of the effects of intimate partner violence on HIV-positive pregnant women in sub-Saharan Africa

Study Study location Population Prevalence IPV (%)
Bernstein et al. 2016 [49] Primary care antenatal clinic Cape Town, South Africa HIV+ pregnant women 21.0
Hampanda, 2016 [50] Large public health clinic in Lusaka, Zambia HIV+ postpartum women 61.0
Manongi et al., 2017 [51] Kilimanjaro Region, Northern Tanzania Pregnant women in antenatal care 38.8
Matseke et al., 2017 [52] Primary healthcare facilities in rural Mpumalanga, South Africa HIV+ pregnant women 56.3
McNaughton Reyes et al., 2020 [53] Health clinic in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Pregnant women in antenatal care 18.0
Nyamukoho et al., 2019 [54] Antenatal clinics in the Chitungwiza City Council outside of Harare, Zimbabwe Pregnant HIV+ women 22.7
Reyes et al., 2019 [57] A healthcare clinic in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa Women diagnosed as HIV+ during pregnancy 26.0
Shamu et al., 2013 [59] Six low-income urban clinics in Harare, Zimbabwe Women attending postnatal clinics 63.1
Wong et al., 2017 [60] Guglethu Midwife Obstetric Unit in Cape Town, South Africa HIV-infected pregnant women initiating antiretroviral therapy 21.0
Peltzer, Rodriguez and Jones, 2016 [61] 12 community health centres in Mpumalanga province, South Africa HIV+ prenatal women 19.6
Ramlagan et al., 2018 [62] 12 community health centers in Mpumalanga province, South Africa HIV+ women, less than 6 months pregnant 19.6