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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of study participants

From: Measuring sexual violence stigma in humanitarian contexts: assessment of scale psychometric properties and validity with female sexual violence survivors from Somalia and Syria

  Jordan (n = 108) Kenya (n = 100)
Age, mean (sd)* 34.6 (8.6) 31.4 (9.1)
Married, n (%)* 67 (62.0) 35 (35.0)
 Lives with partner (if married), n (%) 52 (80.0) 26 (76.5)
Years of education, mean (sd)* 8.0 (4.0) 2.2 (4.0)
Number of people living in home, mean (sd)* 5.5 (2.7) 7.3 (3.8)
Number of children responsible for, mean (sd)* 3.0 (1.9) 4.4 (3.2)
Pregnant, n (%) 9 (8.4) 22 (22.0)
Has a current disability, n (%)* 6 (5.6) 19 (19.0)
Years lived in current location, mean (sd)* 5.5 (5.3) 9.5 (6.5)
PHQ-9 score for depression, mean (sd)* 1.2 (0.6) 0.9 (0.8)
WHO-DAS score for disability, mean (sd)* 1.2 (0.6) 0.7 (0.6)
Functional impairment, mean (sd)* 1.2 (0.6) 0.6 (0.5)
  1. Missingness was less than 5% on all variables. Education and number of children responsible for was missing for 8 women (3.8%); functional impairment for six women (2.9%); number of people living in the home and current pregnancy for 2 women (1.0%), current disability status for one woman (0.5%); average depression score for one woman (0.5%); Years lived in current place was missing or reported as “don’t know” for 33 women (15.9%). Living with partner was missing for 3 (2.9%) women who were married (n = 102)
  2. *p value < 0.05 for t test or rank sum test of difference in means by country or chi-squared test in frequencies by country