Skip to main content


Fig. 1 | BMC International Health and Human Rights

Fig. 1

From: HIV prevention: mapping Mozambican people’s views on the acceptability of the widow’s sexual cleansing ritual called pita-kufa

Fig. 1

Patterns of Results Corresponding to the Three Clusters. Note, Mean ratings of the widow’s sexual cleansing ritual acceptability as a function of the risk of HIV infection and the widow’s willingness or unwillingness to undergo the ritual. In each of the panel, the acceptability is on the vertical axis, the three levels of the HIV infection risk are on the horizontal axis, and one of the two lines corresponds to the widow’s willingness while the other corresponds to widow’s unwillingness. Each panel corresponds to one cluster: total unacceptability, conditional acceptability, and unconditional acceptability.

Back to article page