Advances in Public Health / 2016 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

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

Table 2

Accessibility to HIV/AIDS prevention services among MSM.

Variable%

Accessibility to condoms when needed
 Yes32184.5
 No4211.1
 I do not use174.5
Availability of circumcision services in area of operation or residence
 Yes27071.1
 No4010.5
 I do not know7018.4
TB drugs easily accessible
 Yes26870.5
 No4511.8
 I do not know6717.6
Antiretroviral easily accessible
 Yes27271.6
 No4812.6
 I do not know6015.8
Accessibility to lubricants when needed
 Yes30279.5
 No6216.3
 I do not know164.2
Access to IEC materials on HIV/AIDS
 Yes26970.8
 No11129.2
Access to training in HIV/AIDS
 Yes26168.7
 No11931.3
Accessibility to health facilities when required to see a doctor
 Yes27472.1
 No10627.9
Accessibility to treatment for STIs
 Yes29276.8
 No4712.4
 I do not know4110.8

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