Table 2

HIV knowledge at baseline among 1205 participants and at 7 weeks post-intervention among 1073 participants in three rural Nigerian communities

A

Working near someone with the AIDS virus (No)

B

Eating food cooked by someone who has the AIDS virus (No)

C

Sharing plates, forks, or glasses with someone who has the AIDS virus (No)

D

Receiving injectable drugs with syringes or needles used by someone who has the AIDS virus (Yes)

E

An infant from his/her mother who has the AIDS virus (Yes)

F

Being coughed or sneezed on by someone who has the AIDS virus (No)

G

Having sexual intercourse with someone who has the AIDS virus (Yes)1

H

A baby breast-fed by his/her mother who has the AIDS virus (Yes)

I

Attending school with a child who has the AIDS virus (No)

J

Bites by mosquitoes or other insects who have bitten a person who has the AIDS virus (No)

K

Sharing a bed with someone who has the AIDS virus (No)

Baseline Correct Response Summary


Overall

(n = 1205)

Control

(n = 594)

Intervention

(n = 611)

Male

(n = 643)

Female

(n = 558)

No Education

(n = 651)

Some Education

(n = 528)






%

Total

%

Total

%

Total

p

%

Total

%

Total

p

%

Total

%

Total

p






A

72.1

(836/1159)

77.0

438/569

67.5

398/590

.0003

74.9

(469/626)

68.9

(365/530)

.02

67.3

(417/620)

79.0

(406/514)

< .0001

B

73.2

(854/1166)

76.2

438/575

70.4

416/591

.03

74.6

(471/631)

71.4

(380/532)

.22

70.1

(438/625)

77.7

(400/515)

.0039

C

68.1

(789/1159)

70.0

391/559

66.3

398/600

.19

69.9

(438/627)

65.8

(349/530)

.15

64.4

(401/623)

73.4

(375/511)

.0011

D

83.4

(963/1155)

78.4

439/560

88.1

524/595

< .0001

88.2

(553/627)

77.6

(408/526)

< .0001

78.9

(489/620)

89.1

(457/513)

< .0001

E

69.5

(781/1124)

62.9

341/542

74.6

440/590

< .0001

71.6

(439/613)

65.8

(340/517)

.03

64.8

(397/613)

74.2

(368/496)

.0007

F

52.3

(588/1124)

57.9

309/534

47.3

279/590

.0004

51.8

(316/610)

52.9

(271/512)

.71

48.3

(291/602)

57.2

(286/500)

.0034

H

62.4

(708/1135)

60.4

330/546

64.2

378/589

.19

64.4

(397/616)

59.9

(309/516)

.11

61.6

(372/604)

63.2

(320/506)

.57

I

72.6

(817/1125)

74.5

409/549

70.8

408/576

.17

79.0

(484/613)

64.9

(331/510)

< .0001

66.4

(398/599)

79.7

(401/503)

< .0001

J

29.5

(337/1144)

35.6

197/554

23.7

140/590

< .0001

27.5

(171/621)

31.9

(166/520)

.11

28.9

(176/610)

30.3

(154/508)

.59

K

61.9

(680/1098)

63.6

333/524

60.5

347/574

.29

66.7

(396/594)

56.3

(282/501)

.0004

55.1

(325/590)

71.0

(343/483)

< .0001


1. Question G was excluded from the analysis due to an error in translation into the local Hausa language

2. Incorrect responses were people who answered "yes" or "no" inaccurately, as well as those who responded "don't know". Missing responses were excluded from these figures.

3. Bonferonni adjusted alpha (α) = 0.00

Ofotokun et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2010 10:2   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-10-2

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