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Table 1 Socio-demographics of women and girls who experienced NPSV or IPV and disclosed the experience or sought help

From: Nowhere to go: disclosure and help-seeking behaviors for survivors of violence against women and girls in South Sudan

 Overall Sample (n = 1359)NPSV disclosure and help seeking (n = 779) % (95%CI)IPV disclosure and help seeking (n = 1163) % (95%CI)
Told SomeoneSought HelpTold SomeoneSought Help
Total 54% (50–58)27% (23–30)56% (53–59)36% (33–38)
Location
 Juba24%49% (42–57)***11% (7–17)***49% (43–55)***15% (11–20)***
 Rumbek39%64% (58–69)***31% (26–37)***70% (66–74)***52% (48–57)***
 Juba PoCs37%48% (43–54)***30%(25–35)***42% (37–47)***29% (25–34)***
Age
 15–1917%48% (41–55)22% (17–29)42% (34–51)***26% (19–35)**
 20–2946%53% (48–58)25% (21–30)53% (49–57)***33% (30–37)**
 30–3922%58% (50–65)27% (30–35)61% (55–67)***37% (32–43)**
 40–6414%64% (54–74)38% (28–49)64% (57–71)***46% (39–53)**
Education
 No education44%55% (49–60)31% (26–36)*63% (59–67)***46% (42–50)***
 Primary education28%53% (47–59)23% (18–29)*48% (43–54)***27% (22–32)***
 Secondary or higher28%54% (48–61)23% (18–29)*50% (45–56)***26% (21–31)***
Occupation
 Not Working64%52% (47–56)27% (23–31)*57% (54–61)**36% (33–39)
 Student14%54% (46–63)18% (13–26)*41% (32–50)**26% (19–35)
 Working23%62% (54–69)32% (25–40)*58% (52–63)**38% (33–44)
Primary Source of Income
 No Income/ Humanitarian Aid28%46% (40–52)**30% (25–36)48% (42–53)**34% (29–39)***
 Money from own work20%63% (54–70)**24% (18–32)65% (59–70)**50% (43–56)***
 Support from husband31%54% (47–61)**27% (21–33)58% (53–62)**30% (26–35)***
 Other Support21%58% (51–65)**23% (17–29)53% (46–60)**31% (25–38)***
Main Source of Cooking Fuel
 Wood/Gras/Other41%51% (46–57)24% (19–29)62% (57–66)***45% (40–49)***
 Charcoal59%56% (51–60)28% (24–32)51% (47–55)***29% (26–32)***
House
 Hut [Tukul]38%57% (51–63)*22% (18–27)62% (58–66)***42% (37–46)**
 House/apartment16%61% (52–70)*27% (19–36)59% (52–66)***30% (24–37)**
 Temporary or communal shelter45%50% (45–55)*29% (25–34)48% (44–53)***32% (28–36)**
Marital Status- Ever married81%55% (51–59)29%* (25–32)58% (44–61)***38% (35–41)***
  1. Note: * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001