Table 1

Summary of data socio-demographic, risky sexual and violent practices and condom use patterns among 1219 young men aged 15–26 years
Frequency (%) Mean (95% Confidence Interval)
Socio-demographic factors Mean (95% CI)
Age in years - 19.23 (19.06; 19.40)
Socio-economic status score - 0.01 (−0.14; 0.15)
Ever earning money 673 (55.3%) 55.3 (51.4; 59.1)
Educated (up to 10 or more years) 550 (45.2%) 45.2 (39.8; 50,5)
Sexual activity practices
3 or more partners in past year 635 (52.1%) 52.1 (49.3:55.0)
Condom use patterns
Ever used a condom 814 (66.78%) 66.8 (62.9; 70.6)
Condoms at last sex 573 (47.01%) .47.0 (43.3: 50.7)
Correct condom use at last sex (n = 573) 509 (88.83%) -
Condom use with any partner in the past year 67.8 (62.5; 73.0)
Consistent (always and correctly at last sex) 188 (15.42%) -
Inconsistent (often/sometimes/incorrectly at last sex) 450 (36.92%) -
Never 581 (47.66%) -
Gender Based Violence practices
Perpetrated physical or sexual abuse of a partner in the past year 317 (26.1%) 26.1 (23.3; 28.9)
Ever perpetrated rape of a non-partner 222 (18.2%) 18.2 (15.8; 20.6)
Violence against women patterns:
No violence 810 (67.0%) -
Physical violence only 286 (23.7%) -
Sexual violence only 47 (3.9%) -
Physical and Sexual Violence 66 (5.5%)

Shai et al.

Shai et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:462   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-462

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