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Table 3 Preference and uptake of the different HIV testing services delivery models by female sex workers along Malaba-Kampala highway, Uganda

From: Preference and uptake of different community-based HIV testing service delivery models among female sex workers along Malaba-Kampala highway, Uganda, 2017

Variable Frequency Percentage
Number of FSWs that received HCT in the last 12 months N = 456  
Overall 390 85.5
Source of HCT services in the last 12 months N = 390  
 Static facilities 279 71.7
 Outreaches 98 25
 Peer to peer mechanism 13 3.3
HIV status N = 456  
Positive 159 35
If positive are linked into care N = 159  
Overall 132 83
If linked into care what was the estimated period N = 132  
 Immediately (within one month) 108 82
  Static 75 69.4
  Outreach 29 26.7
  Peer to peer mechanism 4 3.7
 Delayed 24 18
  Static 18 75
  Outreach 4 16.7
  Peer to peer mechanism 2 8.3
Mechanism used for linkage into care N = 132  
 Static 120 90.1
 Outreach 9 6.8
 Peer to peer mechanism 3 2.3
 Linked into care and on ART N = 132  
 Yes 117 88.6
  Static 109 93.2
  Outreach 6 5.1
  Peer to peer mechanism 2 1.7
 No 15 11.4
  Static 11 8.3
  Outreach 3 2.3
  Peer to peer mechanism 1 0.8
Status for those linked into care but not on ART
 Registered in a clinic 3 20
 Registered and still active 6 40
 Access to ARV related drugs 6 40