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Table 4 Adjusted Odds ratios from a multivariate logistic regression model showing factors associated with favorable attitudes towards help-seeking for SGBV among men and women

From: Attitudes towards help-seeking for sexual and gender-based violence in humanitarian settings: the case of Rwamwanja refugee settlement scheme in Uganda

  Men Women
Predictor OR [95% CI] P > z OR [95% CI] P > z
Age group
 15–24a 1.00   1.00  
 25–34 1.96 [0.80–4.79] 0.140 0.64 [0.32–1.28] 0.206
 35–44 2.09 [0.80–5.47] 0.134 0.76 [0.34–1.66] 0.486
 45+ 3.45 [1.14–10.4] 0.028 0.31 [0.11–0.88] 0.027
Level of education
 No educationa 1.00   1.00  
 Primary 1.70 [0.84–3.47] 0.143 1.03 [0.55–1.92] 0.922
 Secondary+ 2.20 [0.74–6.51] 0.155 1.28 [0.29–5.64] 0.747
In intimate relationship
 Noa 1.00   1.00  
 Yes 1.49 [0.66–3.38] 0.337 0.84 [0.37–1.90] 0.672
Duration of stay
 <=2 yearsa 1.00   1.00  
 >  2 years 1.11 [0.54–2.28] 0.780 0.66 [0.37–1.18] 0.163
Attitudes towards SGBV
 Progressivea 1.00   1.00  
 Regressive 1.15 [0.51–2.60] 0.730 2.78 [1.56–4.95] 0.001
Perceived tolerance of SGBV in the community
 Tolerateda 1.00   1.00  
 Not tolerated 1.28 [0.59–2.77] 0.528 2.03 [1.03–4.00] 0.042
Experiences of partner or non-partner violence
 Yesa 1.00   1.00  
 No 0.66 [0.31–1.42] 0.289 2.08 [1.06–4.07] 0.034
Knows timing for PEP
 Noa 1.00   1.00  
 Yes 2.57 [1.30–5.10] 0.007 3.08 [1.57–6.04] 0.001
  1. Note: areference category