Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2011 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Prevalence of and Barriers to Dual-Contraceptive Methods Use among Married Men and Women Living with HIV in India

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of study participants.

Quantitative surveyQualitative component
CharacteristicMen
( )
Women
( )
In-depth Interviews
( )
Focus group discussions ( )

Sex
 Male93 (100%)14 (56%)15 (35%)
 Female97 (100%)11 (44%)28 (65%)
Age (years)
 18–2921 (23%)58 (60%)7 (28%)16 (37%)
 30–3957 (61%)38 (39%)17 (68%)23 (53%)
 40–4915 (16%)1 (1%)1 (4%)4 (9%)
Education
 <primary17 (18%)31 (32%)1 (4%)4 (9%)
 Primary (5th STD)19 (20%)19 (20%)6 (24%)9 (21%)
 Elementary (8th STD)22 (24%)19 (20%)6 (24%)12 (28%)
 High school (10th STD)21 (23%)20 (21%)7 (28%)11 (26%)
 Higher secondary (12th STD)9 (10%)6 (6%)0 (0%)5 (12%)
 College or higher5 (5%)2 (2%)5 (20%)2 (5%)
Occupation
 Daily wage laborer40 (43%)25 (26%)2 (8%)2 (5%)
 Private company staff10 (11%)7 (7%)1 (4%)3 (7%)
 Peer educator/outreach worker for PLHIV network12 (13%)10 (10%)13 (52%)16 (37%)
 Self-employed18 (19%)3 (3%)2 (8%)3 (7%)
 Homemaker0 (0%)34 (35%)3 (12%)12 (28%)
 Unemployed10 (11%)15 (15%)2 (8%)2 (5%)
 Other3 (3%)3 (3%)2 (8%)5 (12%)

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