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Table 2 Student demographic characteristics and self-reported experiences

From: Methods to increase reporting of childhood sexual abuse in surveys: the sensitivity and specificity of face-to-face interviews versus a sealed envelope method in Ugandan primary school children

  All students Students that reported forced sex in the FTFIa Students that reported forced sex in the SEMb
  N = 3843 % N = 42 % N = 268 %
Sex
 Female 2116 55.1 40 95.2 163 60.8
Age (years)
 <13 1331 34.7 12 28.6 91 34.1
 13–14 1951 50.8 25 59.5 137 51.3
 >14 558 14.5 5 11.9 39 14.6
Primary Level
 P5 1385 36.0 24 57.1 117 43.7
 P6 1321 34.4 12 28.6 78 29.1
 P7 1137 29.6 6 14.3 73 27.2
Self-reported disability c
 No difficulties 2958 77.0 21 50.0 189 70.5
 Some difficulties 800 20.8 19 45.2 69 25.8
 Disability 85 2.2 2 4.8 10 3.7
Attends an intervention school 1973 51.3 21 50.0 161 60.1
Reported experience of other forms of sexual violence 239 6.2 28 66.7 56 20.9
  1. a FTFI face-to-face interview method
  2. b SEM sealed envelope method
  3. c Reported a degree of difficulty in seeing, hearing, walking, remembering or concentrating, communicating or with self-care