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Table 3 Traumatic Experience of study participants

From: Common mental disorders and its associated factors and mental health care services for Ethiopian labour migrants returned from Middle East countries in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Traumatic event Number Percept (95% CI)
Physical abuse
 Yes 165 31.9% (95% CI=27.8, 36.2)
 No 352 68.1% (95% CI=63.8, 72.2)
Verbal abuse
 Yes 282 54.5% (95% CI=50.3, 58.8)
 No 235 45.5% (95% CI=41.2, 49.7)
Sexual abuse (female only)
 Yes 68 23.1% (95% CI=18.8, 28.0)
 No 226 76.9% (95% CI=72.0, 81.2)
Got salary timely
 Got salary timely and properly 107 20.7% (95% CI=17.4, 24.4)
 Got salary sometimes 324 62.7% (95% CI=58.2, 66.2)
 Never got salary 86 16.6% (95% CI=13.3, 20.3)
Employer hold passport forcefully
 Yes 445 86.1% (95% CI=83.4, 89.2)
 No 72 13.9% (95% CI=10.8, 16.6)
Were refused to communicate/contact family
 Yes 170 32.9% (95% CI=28.8, 37.1)
 No 347 67.1% (95% CI=62.9, 71.2)
Experienced detention during the journey and/or at destination country
 Yes 188 36.4% (95% CI=32.1, 40.6)
 No 329 63.6% (95% CI=59.4, 67.9)
Guilty feeling for not fulfilling primary goal of migration
 Yes 318 61.5% (95% CI=57.6, 65.6)
 No 199 38.5% (95% CI=34.4, 42.4)
Access to health care at destination country
 Yes 120 23.2% (95% CI=19.3, 26.7)
 No 397 76.8% (95% CI=73.3, 80.7)