Table 2

Level of drinking and risky sexual behaviour at Kisenyi and Kigungu fish landing sites
Drinking and sexual behaviour indicators All n (%) Fishermen n (%) Traders n (%) Service providers n (%) p-value†
MEN
Drinking††
Drinks alcohol 186(61.0) 96(65.8) 47(52.8) 43(61.4) 0.14
Drinks 2+ times a week 104(55.9) 62(64.6) 19(40.4) 23(53.5) 0.03
Got drunk in past 30 days 116(62.4) 74(77.1) 20(42.6) 22(51.2) <0.001
AUDIT score>7 112(60.2) 67(69.8) 23(48.9) 22(51.2) 0.02
Drinks any day 128(68.8) 68(70.8) 33(70.2) 27(62.8) 0.81
Drinks anytime 60(32.3) 33(34.4) 13(27.7) 14(32.6) 0.70
Drinks for 3+ hours on a typical day 111(59.7) 70(72.9) 23(48.9) 18(41.9) 0.002
Sexual behaviour (sexually active men)
Had >1 sexual partners in past 12mns 144(49.7) 77(53.5) 38(45.8) 29(46.0) 0.57
Had transactional sex in past 12mns 82(28.3) 48(33.3) 17(20.5) 17(27.0) 0.11
Had non-regular partner at last sex 60(20.7) 32(22.2) 16(19.3) 12(19.1) 0.81
Had unprotected sex in non-spousal relationship at last sex 91(62.8) 44(58.7) 23(67.7) 24(66.7) 0.50
All men 305(100) 146(100.0) 89(100) 70(100.0)
WOMEN
Drinking††
Drinks alcohol 75(44.1) -- 38(37.3) 37(54.4) 0.03
Drinks 2+ times a week 38(50.7) -- 11(29.0) 27(73.0) <0.001
Got drank in past 30 days 39(52.0) -- 14(36.8) 25(67.6) <0.001
AUDIT score>7 41(54.7) -- 15(39.5) 26(70.3) 0.007
Drinks any day 51(68.0) -- 23(60.5) 28(75.7) 0.18
Drinks anytime 25(33.3) -- 7(18.4) 18(48.7) 0.004
Drinks for 3+ hours on a typical day 35(46.7) -- 19(50.0) 16(43.2) 0.84
Sexual behaviour --
Had >1 sexual partners in past 12mns 54(33.3) -- 21(21.2) 33(52.4) <0.001
Had transactional sex in past 12mns 41(25.3) -- 17(17.2) 24(38.1) 0.003
Had non-regular partner at last sex 34(21.0) -- 13(13.0) 21(22.2) 0.002
Had unprotected sex in non-spousal relationship at last sex ††† 39(59.1) -- 22(73.3) 17(47.2) 0.03
All women 170(100) -- 31(100) 36(100)

††All questions that follow exposure to alcohol consumption apply to drinkers only. †Chi-sq p-value. mns means months ††† for only those that had non-spousal relationship at last sex.

Tumwesigye et al.

Tumwesigye et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:1069   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-1069

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