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Table 6 Human security outcomes: sense of attachment to the community, perceptions in the affirmative

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* Refugee % (95% CI)** Cameroonian* Cameroonian % (95% CI)**
If I was alone in this village someone would help 74 (187) 39.6 (29.4 – 49.7) 222 (395) 56.2 (49.5 – 62.9)
If I needed money, someone in this village other than family would help 57 (189) 30.2 (20.5 – 39.8) 185 (394) 47.0 (39.6 – 54.3)
If I needed urgent medical care, non-family villagers would take me to the hospital 76 (188) 40.4 (29.5 – 51.4) 234 (392) 59.7 (52.3 – 67.1)
I feel attached to the community in this village 173 (191) 90.6 (86.1 – 95.1) 359 (395) 90.9 (86.2 – 95.6)
The members of my community form strong relationships and rely on each other for support 134 (190) 70.5 (61.3 – 79.8) 299 (396) 75.5 (68.0 – 83.0)
  1. *Data presented as # of affirmative responses (# total responses).
  2. **Data presented as mean % and weighted % (95% CI).