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Table 3 Human security outcomes: sense of attachment to community, ethnicity

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 = 191) Refugee % (95% CI) Cameroonian (n = 397) Cameroonian % (95% CI)
Ethnicity
Mbororo 106 55.5 (43.8 – 66.6) 39 9.8 (6.3 – 15.1)
Gbaya 27 14.1 (9.3 – 21.0) 214 53.9 (40.2 – 67.1)
Fulbe 20 10.5 (5.5 – 19.0) 83 20.9 (13.3 – 31.4)
Poulo 21 11.0 (5.5 – 20.9) 22 5.5 (3.2 – 9.5)
Pana 6 3.1 (1.0 – 9.5) 10 2.5 (0.9 – 6.4)
Other 11 5.8 (2.8 – 11.6) 29 7.3 (3.6 – 14.2)
Religion
Muslim 159 83.3 (74.2 – 89.6) 190 47.9 (36.2 – 59.7)
Christian 32 16.8 (10.4 – 25.8) 207 52.1 (40.3 – 63.8)