Table 2

FSW experience of violence in past year by exposure to HIV prevention program components1

Not Beaten or raped past year % (n = 3439)

Beaten or raped past year % (n = 413)

Crude OR (95% CI)

P value (Wald test)

Adjusted OR2

(95% CI)

P value (Wald test)


Ever visited by a peer educator

89.6

84.9

0.65

(0.43, 0.97)

0.04

0.65

(0.44, 0.97)

0.04


Ever visited the drop-in centre

65.8

66.9

1.05

(0.79, 1.39)

0.7

1.08

(0.80, 1.44)

0.6


Ever visited the project sexual health clinic

68.1

59.0

0.67

(0.53, 0.86)

0.002

0.73

(0.56, 0.96)

0.02


Ever received "grey pack"3

53.0

50.2

0.89

(0.70, 1.14)

0.4

0.92

(0.72, 1.18)

0.5


Ever witnessed a condom demonstration

62.9

54.7

0.71

(0.55, 0.93)

0.01

0.81

(0.60, 1.09)

0.2


Condom breakage in past month

11.3

21.9

2.20

(1.69, 2.86)

<0.001

1.93

(1.46, 2.57)

<0.001


1Data from the integrated behavioural and biological assessments

2Models adjusted for survey round, age, marital status, residency, migrant, duration sex work, place entertain clients, clients per week, and regular partner.

3The "grey pack" comprises one gram of azithromycin and 400 mg of cefixime, and is used for the presumptive treatment of chlamydia and gonorrhea.

Beattie et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:476   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-476

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