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Table 5 Association between HIV Sexual Risk Behavior and Willingness to Access Structural Interventions by MSM in Nigeria (N = 297)

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

S.no Variables Respondents with at least one HIV sexual risk behavior (N = 297) X2 P value
Yes (278) No (19)
Q401a How willing are you to participate in economic empowerment/income generating activities to address transactional sex? 237 (85.3%) 14 (73.7%) 1.82 0.18
Q401b How willing are you to receive legal services to address discrimination based on your sexual orientation? 241 (86.7%) 17 (89.5%) 0.12 1.00
Q401c How willing are you to receive social justice for discrimination based on your sexual orientation? 235 (84.5%) 17 (89.5%) 0.34 0.75
Q401d How wiling are you to receive training on fundamental human rights and paralegal services? 273 (98.2%) 7 (36.8%) 124.08 < 0.001
Q401e How willing are you to access other health services health promoting services e.g. mental health, psychosocial services? 252 (90.6%) 8 (42.1%) 34.43 < 0.001
Q401f How willing are you to participate in a HIV positive peer support program? 224 (80.6%) 11(57.9%) 5.54 0.02
Q401g How willing are you to receive support services for adherence to ART? 234 (84.2%) 14 (73.7%) 1.42 0.23
Q401h How willing are you to be accompanied in referral for ART services? 224 (80.6%) 14 (73.7%) 0.53 0.47