Table 1

Percent distribution of men and women by background variables among five study groups by HIV and antiretroviral therapy (ART) status of the respondent, MRC Uganda, 2009-2010

Study group

(1) HIV + and on ART

(2) HIV+, no ART

(3) Child died of HIV

(4) Child living with HIV

(5) Compa-risona

Total


Number

101

98

106

101

104

510


Sex


Male

45.5

39.8

30.2

30.7

48.1

38.8


Female

54.5

60.2

69.8

69.3

51.9

61.2


Age


50-59

57.4

56.1

15.1

22.8

26.9

35.3


60-69

34.7

25.5

28.3

33.7

26.9

29.8


70-79

7.9

17.4

39.6

28.7

26.9

24.3


80+

0.0

1.0

17.0

14.9

19.2

10.6


Residence


Rural

48.5

50.0

51.9

49.5

51.0

50.2


Urban

51.5

50.0

48.1

50.5

49.0

49.8


Education


None

14.3

25.3

21.2

33.3

26.5

24.0


Primary

51.0

47.4

56.7

40.6

46.9

48.7


Secondary or higher

34.7

27.4

22.1

26.0

26.5

27.3


Marital status


Never married

1.0

1.0

1.9

1.0

1.9

1.4


Married

27.7

32.7

31.1

28.7

41.4

32.4


Divorced/separated

17.8

24.5

18.9

22.8

19.2

20.6


Widowed

53.5

41.8

48.1

47.5

37.5

45.7


Wealth quintile


Poorest quintile

17.8

23.5

17.9

23.8

17.3

20.0


Second

17.8

22.5

19.8

18.8

21.2

20.0


Middle

22.8

22.5

17.0

21.8

16.4

20.0


Fourth

21.8

18.4

19.8

14.9

25.0

20.0


Best off quintile

19.8

13.3

25.5

20.8

20.2

20.0


apeople neither infected with HIV nor having a child with HIV

Scholten et al. BMC Public Health 2011 11:886   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-886

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