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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of study participants in the STOP qualitative study

From: Perspectives on male partner notification and treatment for syphilis among antenatal women and their partners in Kampala and Wakiso districts, Uganda

Characteristic Frequency N=54 Percentage
 Male 30 55.5
 Female 24 44.4
Age
 20-24 8 14.8
 25-29 10 18.5
 30-34 18 33.3
 35-39 6 11.1
 40-44 9 16.7
 45-49 1 1.9
 50+ 2 3.7
Occupation
 Unemployed 8 14.8
 Self employed 26 48.1
 Employed 17 31.5
 Casual Laborer 2 3.7
 Missing 1 1.9
Marital status
 Single 4 7.4
 Married 47 87.0
 Separated/Divorced 2 3.7
 Widow/widower 1 1.9
Period of marriage in years
 0-5 19 35.2
 6-10 14 25.9
 11-15 9 16.7
 16+ 5 9.3
 Missing 7 13.0
Woman staying with partner
 Yes 44 81.5
 No 9 16.7
 Missing data 1 1.9
Number of children
 None 3 5.6
 1-3 29 53.7
 4-6 17 31.5
 7+ 4 7.4
 Missing 1 1.9
Education
 None 3 5.6
 Primary 14 25.9
 Secondary 31 57.4
 Tertiary 6 11.1
Religion
 Anglican Christian 11 20.4
 Catholic Christian 21 38.9
 Muslim 12 22.2
 Born Again Christian 10 18.5
History of domestic violence
 No 25 46.3
 Sometimes 22 40.7
 Missing 7 13.0
Temper of woman’s partner
 Controllable 26 48.1
 High Tempered 28 51.9