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Table 4 Analysis of the Differences in Number of MSM Willing to use HIV Prevention Services and Perception on Availability of the Services in Nigeria (N = 297)

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

Factors Willing Available
A How willing are you to participate in economic empowerment/income generating activities to address transactional sex? 251 (84.8%) 77 (26.1%)
B How willing are you to receive legal services to address discrimination based on your sexual orientation? 258 (86.8%) 62 (21.0%)
C How willing are you to receive social justice for discrimination based on your sexual orientation? 252 (84.8%) 98 (33.0%)
D How wiling are you to receive training on fundamental human rights and paralegal services? 280 (94.2%) 82 (27.6%)
E How willing are you to access other health services health promoting services e.g. mental health, psychosocial services? 260 (87.6%) 136 (46.3%)
F How willing are you to participate in a HIV Positive Peer Support program? 235 (79.1%) 180 (60.8%)
G How willing are you to receive support services for adherence to ART? 248 (83.8%) 194 (65.3%)
H How willing are you to be accompanied in referral for ART services? 238 (80.7%) 177 (60.2%)