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Accessibility to, Acceptability of, and Adherence to HIV/AIDS Prevention Services by Men Who Have Sex with Men: Challenges Encountered at Facility Level

Table 1

Sociodemographic and behavioral characteristics of MSM.

Variables%

Age of the respondent in years
 <20307.9
 20–2412031.6
 25–2910728.2
 30–347118.7
 35–39277.1
 40+256.6
Level of education
 None112.9
 Primary266.8
 Secondary10427.4
 College12733.4
 University11229.5
Religion of the respondent
 Protestant14538.2
 Catholic12833.7
 Muslim6918.2
 Traditionalist133.4
 Other256.6
Occupation
 Sex work10226.8
 Small business7519.7
 Salaried employee9525
 Student6517.1
 Casual labourer4311.3
Whether cohabiting with male or female partner
 Married to a female partner7920.8
 Living with male sexual partner6817.9
 Married but living alone338.7
 Not married20052.6
Ever using alcohol in the last 4 weeks
 Every day9525.0
 Once a week18448.4
 <1 week5313.9
 Never4812.6
Ever using drugs
 Khat10728.2
 Bhang13736.1
 Glue, petrol112.9
 Cocaine338.7
 Heroin143.7
 All112.9
 None6717.6

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