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Table 2 Episodes of direct physical, deprivation and sexual violence by secondary variables

From: Episodes of violence suffered by migrants transiting through Libya: a cross-sectional study in “Médecins du Monde’s” reception and healthcare centre in Seine-Saint-Denis, France

 Global violence1Physical violenceDeprivation violenceSexual violence
(N = 72)NoYespNoYespNoYespNoYesp
Sex (%)
 Male3,496,40,205,7940,0815,184,90,8781,118,90,01*
 Female11,688,2208013,386,746,753,3
Age in years (mean, SD)30320,533131,80,753230,50,6130,734,40,71
(5,0)(7,6)(7,0)(8,6)(6, 7)(7,9)(6,1)(8,6)
Level of Education (%)
 Primary5,594,60,167,792,30,3111,586,50,8271,228,90,52
 Secondary01007,792,315,484,676,923,1
 Tertiary2575,033,366,733,366,7100,00
Country of Origin (%)
 Ivory Coast4,195,80,098,790,30,813,084,80,9880,419,60,17
 Mali5,994,16,593,818,881,350,050
 Eritrea010025750,0100100,00
 Republic of Cameroon33,366,701000,010075,025
Type of travel (%)
 Alone6940,456,493,60,5714,9830,7974,525,50,55
 With family010014,385,714,385,764,535,7
 Other12,587,514,385,70,010085,714,3
Length of stay in Libya (mean, SD)118,3259,50,79122,5270,30,81104,3277,40,83109,3268,50,86
(70,1)(116,2)(72,1)(126,6)(76,1)(135,9,2)(65,1)(126,2)
  1. *p values correspond to two sample T-tests for continuous variables and to Chi-2 tests for categorical values. Values with * are statistically significant (p < 0.05). SD Standard deviation