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Table 3 Multivariate analysis for disclosure and help seeking for NPSV survivors

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

 Model 1: Multivariate analysis of factors associated with disclosure of NPSVModel 2: Multivariate analysis of factors associated with help seeking after NPSV
Crude OR (95% CI)aOR (95%CI)Crude OR (95% CI)aOR (95%CI)
Conflict-related Violence 
 Had a direct conflict experience1.7** (1.1–2.6)2.2** (1.3–3.7)3.7*** (2.2–6.2)3.1*** (1.7–5.9)
Violence Disclosure Factors
 Type of Violence
  Other form of SV1111
  Raped1.1 (.7–1.5)1.1 (.8–1.5)1.1 (.7–1.6)0.9 (.6–1.4)
 Perpetrator of Violence
  Other person1111
  Armed Actor/Police1.6 (1.0–2.6)1.9* (1.1–3.1)1.9* (1.1–3.2)1.4 (.8–2.5)
 Agreed that a woman is to blame if she is raped.7 (.5–1.1)0.6* (.4–.9)1.4 (.9–2.3)1.1 (.7–1.9)
Socio-demographics
 Location
  Juba1111
  Rumbek1.8* (1.1–3.2)1.6 (.8–3.0)3.6** (1.7–7.9)2.7* (1.1–6.8)
  Juba PoCs1.0 (.6–1.6)0.7 (.3–1.6)3.3** (1.5–7.7)2.1 (.7–6.9)
 Age
  15–191111
  20–291.2 (.8–1.8)1.4 (.9–2.1)1.2 (.7–1.9)1.1 (.6–2.0)
  30–391.5 (1.0–2.3)1.7*(1.1–2.8)1.3 (.7–2.3)1.0 (.5–2.2)
  40–642.0* (1.1–3.4)2.1** (1.2–3.8)2.1* (1.2–.3.9)2.0 (1.0–4.0)
 Income
  No income/humanitarian aid1111
  Own work1.9* (1.1–3.4)1.6 (.8–3.2).8 (.4–.1.5)0.7 (.3–1.5)
  Husband1.4 (.8–2.3)1.3 (.7–2.3).9 (.5–1.6)1.1 (.6–2.2)
  Other1.6 (1.0–2.6)1.8* (1.0–3.2).7 (.4–1.2)1.1 (.6–2.0)
 Employment Status
  Not working1111
  Student1.1 (.7–1.8)1.2 (.7–2.2).6 (.3–1.1).6 (.3–1.1)
  Working1.5 (1.0–2.3)1.1 (.7–1.9)1.3 (.8–2.1)1.9* (1.1–3.2)
 Fuel Source
  Leaves/grass/wood1111
  Charcoal1.2 (.8–1.8)1.6 (1.0–2.5)1.2 (.8–2.0)2.0* (1.1–3.6)
  1. Note: * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001; The final adjusted models were also controlled for the following socio-demographics which were not statistically significant in the final model: education, housing type and marital status. Standard errors were clustered at the boma/block level for all multivariate analysis