Table 4

Comparison of life time completed rape and sexual coercion by socio- demographic characteristics of the study participants and their parents, Addis Ababa, June, 2009
Characteristics Completed rape lifetime Sexual coercion
No (%) OR(95%CI) No (%) OR(95%C.I)
School type
  Government 695 32 (4.6) 1 695 68 (9.8) 1
  Private 43 1 (2.3) 0.49 (0.06, 3.70) 43 1 (2.3) 0.22 (0.03, 1.62)
  Religious 92 3 (3.3) 0.70 (0.21, 2.33) 92 8 (8.7) 0.88 (0.41, 1.89)
Age
  ≥20 502 22 (4.4) 1 502 41 (8.2) 1
  19 189 7 (3.7) 0.84 (0.35, 2.07) 189 19 (10.1) 1.26 (0.71, 2.23)
  18 139 7 (5.0) 1.16 (0.48, 2.77) 139 17 (12.2) 1.57 (0.86, 2.85)
Educational status
  11th 461 26 (5.6) 2.15 (1.02, 4.51) 461 49 (10.6) 1.45 (0.89, 2.36)
  12th 369 10 (2.7) 1 369 28 (7.6) 1
Lives with
  Both parents 635 21(3.3) 1 635 48 (7.6) 1
  Alone 28 3(10.7) 3.50 (0.98, 12.5) 28 6 (21.4) 3.34 (1.29, 8.62)
  Others 167 12(7.2) 2.26 (1.09, 4.70) 167 23 (13.8) 1.95 (1.15, 3.32)
Father education
  < Secondary 463 21( 4.5) 1 463 47 (10.2) 1
  ≥ Secondary 342 15(4.4) 0.96 (0.49, 1.90) 342 30(8.8) 0.85 (0.53,1.38)
Mother education
  < Secondary 463 27 (4.7) 1 579 58(10.0) 1
  ≥ Secondary 342 9 (3.9) 0.83 (0.38, 1.78) 232 19(8.2) 0.80 (0.47,1.38)
Family size
  <5 180 8 (4.4) 1 180 15 (8.3) 1
  5-9 543 24 (4.4) 0.99 (0.44, 2.25) 543 48 (8.8) 1.06 (0.58, 1.96)
  ≥ 10 78 3 (3.8) 0.86 (0.22, 3.33) 78 8 (10.3) 1.26 (0.51, 3.10)
Monthly HH income
  <350 155 8 (5.2) 1 155 16 (10.3) 1
  350-600 133 3 (2.3) 0.42 (0.11, 1.63) 133 8 (6.0) 0.56 (0.23, 1.34)
  > 1200 Birr 248 15 (6.0) 1.18 (0.49, 2.86) 248 26 (10.5) 1.02 (0.53, 1.96)
  Don’t know 294 10 (3.4) 0.65 (0.25, 1.67) 294 27 (9.2) 0.88 (0.46, 1.69)

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Haile et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2013 13:24   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-13-24

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