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Table 2 Characteristics of Kids Club participants

From: Importance of support groups to the health and well-being of vulnerable children and young people living with HIV: a case study of the Kids Clubs program in Haiti

Club participant characteristics Ever enrolled (N = 1330)
% (n)
HIV patient intake form available (N = 1026)
% (n)
Department
 Artibonite 2.6 (34) 0.6 (6)
 Centre 3.0 (40) 3.7 (38)
 Grand’Anse 4.4 (58) 5.3 (54)
 Nippes 3.7 (49) 4.8 (49)
 Nord 15.3 (203) 18.1 (186)
 Nord-Est 1.8 (24) 1.3 (13)
 Nord-Ouest 7.9 (105) 6.3 (65)
 Ouest 43.7 (581) 39.5 (405)
 Sud 14.4 (191) 16.3 (167)
 Sud-Est 3.4 (45) 4.2 (43)
Year of club enrollment (Jan–Dec)
 2014 11.1 (148) 11.1 (114)
 2015 31.7 (422) 31.5 (323)
 2016 25.3 (336) 28.2 (289)
 2017 20.5 (273) 19.3 (198)
 2018 11.4 (151) 9.9 (102)
Year of initial visit at a health facility
 Before 2014 81.0 (831)
 2014 5.5 (56)
 2015 6.3 (65)
 2016 4.5 (46)
 2017 2.1 (22)
 2018 0.5 (6)
Sex
 Female 52.9 (703) 51.9 (542)
 Male 47.1 (627) 48.1 (503)
Age at club enrollmenta
 8–12 years 35.5 (472) 37.9 (389)
 13–17 years 43.5 (579) 42.5 (436)
 18–29 years 21.0 (279) 19.6 (201)
Last club type attended
 9- to 12-year-old 43.2 (575) 45.9 (471)
 13- to 17-year-old 42.3 (563) 40.7 (418)
 18-year-old + 14.4 (192) 13.4 (137)
  1. Source: Caris Foundation project monitoring database and clinic records
  2. aCalculated based on date of birth and date of first club meeting