Table 2: Utilization of HIV services.

Formal and social CAG members ( )Non-CAG members (1,204 persons; 1,199 with known age)
Men aged 15 years or more ( )Women aged 15 years or more ( )Children aged 6–14 years ( )Children aged 0–5 years ( )HIV-exposed infants aged 0–18 months ( )

Counselling and testing for HIV 420/420 (100%)77/243 (32%) 81/195 (41%)158/357 (44%)89/179 (50%)16/24 (67%)
Tested HIV positive420/420 (100%)14/75 (19%)13/79 (16%)8/149 (5%)4/84 (5%)0/14 (0%)
HIV treatment and care:
 ART care358/420 (85%)10/14 (71%)3/13 (23%)4/8 (50%)1/4 (25%)
 OI care 62/420 (15%)1/14 (7%)6/13 (46%)4/8 (50%)2/4 (50%)
 None0/420 (0%)3/14 (21%)4/13 (31%)0/8 (0%)1/4 (25%)2
Retention in HIV care (consultation in last 6 months) 420/420 (100%) within previous 6 months8/8 (100%) within previous 6 months8/8 (100%) within previous 6 months8/8 (100%) within previous 6 months3/3 (100%) within previous 6 months27/34 (79%) registered in follow-up programme

OI: opportunistic infections; ART: antiretroviral therapy.
Denominators vary as information was not available for all variables and all participants.