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Table 2 Proportion of MSM in Nigeria Showing Willingness to receive HIV Prevention Services (N = 297)

From: HIV sexual risk behavior and preferred HIV prevention service outlet by men who have sex with men in Nigeria

How willing are you to: Very Willing Neutral Not Willing
Q101 Attend regular meetings organized to discuss HIV related issues? 277 (93.2%) 15 (5.1%) 5 (1.7%)
Q102 Allow people to ask you questions about your risk behavior? 266 (89.6%) 22 (7.4%) 9 (3.0%)
Q103 Follow a plan to help you address your HIV risk? 292 (98.3%) 1 (0.3%) 4 (1.4%)
Q104 Receive and use condom? 287 (96.6%) 6 (2.0%) 4 (1.4%)
Q105 Receive and use lubricant? 285 (95.9%) 7 (2.4%) 5 (1.7%)
Q106 Visit clinics for STI check-ups? 272 (91.6%) 13 (4.4%) 12 (4.0%)
Q107 Go to public clinic to get HIV related services? 154 (51.9%) 56 (18.9%) 87 (29.2%)
Q108 Go to private clinic to get HIV related services? 181 (61.0%) 39 (13.1%) 77 (25.9%)
Q109 Go to peer led clinic to get HIV related services? 237 (79.8%) 48 (16.2%) 12 (4.0%)
Q110 Attend public clinics if accompanied by peers? 152 (51.2%) 42 (14.1%) 103 (34.7%)
Q111 Attend private clinics if accompanied by peers? 163 (54.9%) 40 (13.5%) 94 (31.6%)
Q112 Attend peer led clinics if accompanied by peers? 223 (75.1%) 29 (9.8%) 45 (15.1%)
Q113 Have peers facilitate access to services in public hospitals if you encounter difficulties? 185 (62.3%) 62 (20.9%) 50 (16.8%)
Q114 Have peers facilitate access to services in private hospitals if you encounter difficulties? 182 (61.3%) 43 (14.5%) 72 (24.2%)
Q115 Have peers assist in getting voluntary HCT? 246 (82.8%) 25 (8.4%) 26 (8.8%)
Q116 Have peers serve as drug adherence supporter if HIV positive? 231 (77.8%) 30 (10.1%) 36 (12.1%)