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Table 2 Human security outcomes: sense of attachment to home

From: Need for a gender-sensitive human security framework: results of a quantitative study of human security and sexual violence in Djohong District, Cameroon

Characteristic Refugee (n = 190) Refugee % (95% CI) Cameroonian (n = 396) Cameroonian % (95% CI)
Years in village 190 3.9 (3.2 – 4.5) 396 17.9 (15.7 – 20.1)
Does your extended family live in this village? 85 44.7 (36.8 – 52.7) 237 59.8 (52.8 – 66.9)
Do you own land? 129* 68.3 (56.4 – 80.1) 345^ 87.6 (81.8 – 93.3)
I feel safe in this village 188± 98.4 (96.8 – 100) 379 95.7 (93.4 – 98.0)
  1. Data presented as mean % and weighted % (95% CI) of those who stated ‘yes’, with exception of first row reporting years, as noted.
  2. *of 189 refugees.
  3. ^of 394 Cameroonians.
  4. ±of 191 refugees.