Table 2

Determinants of circumcision among non Muslim men, 2010

Variable

Crude OR (95% CI)

Adjusted OR (95% CI)


Age group


40+

1.00

1.00


30-39

1.43 (0.91, 2.26)

0.82 (0.46, 1.45)


20-29

1.22 (0.77, 1.93)

0.67 (0.34, 1.31)


≤ 19

1.11 (0.62, 1.98)

0.34 (0.13, 0.85)*


Education


No education

1.00

1.00


Primary and vocational

1.61 (0.86, 3.03)

1.26 (0.62, 2.57)


Secondary

7.73 (3.84, 15.58)***

4.01 (1.77, 9.39)***


University

57.73 (16.76, 198.88)***

17.07 (4.06, 71.82)***


Religion


Catholic

1.00

1.00


Protestant

2.18 (1.5, 3.16)***

1.54 (0.97, 2.44)


Adventist

1.04 (0.54, 2.02)

0.69 (0.32, 1.47)


Others

3.19 (0.98, 10.35)*

2.05 (0.45, 9.30)


Province


City of Kigali

1.00

1.00


Southern

0.04 (0.02, 0.09)***

0.10 (0.04, 0.23)***


Western

0.41 (0.25, 0.67)***

0.08 (0.43, 1.47)


Northern

0.05 (0.02, 0.12)***

0.09 (0.04, 0.22)***


Eastern

0.12 (0.06, 0.23)***

0.17 (0.08, 0.37)***


Marital Status


Married

1.00

1.00


Cohabiting

0.34 (0.17, 0.68)**

0.35 (0.16, 0.76)**


Single/Living alone

1.42 (0.98, 2.04)

1.72 (0.89, 3.35)


Reasons to circumcise


STI/HIV (No)

1.00

1.00


STI/HIV (Yes)

2.18 (1.41, 3.37)***

1.65 (0.99, 2.76)


Hygiene (No)

1.00

1.00


Hygiene (Yes)

5.08 (3.39, 7.61)***

4.18 (2.63, 6.63)***


Significant at *P≤0.05, **P≤0.01, ***P≤0.001

Gasasira et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:134   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-134

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