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Table 1 Demographics and Baseline characteristics of women enrolled in the study

From: Use of peers, community lay persons and Village Health Team (VHT) members improves six-week postnatal clinic (PNC) follow-up and Early Infant HIV Diagnosis (EID) in urban and rural health units in Uganda: A one-year implementation study

   Urban private Urban free Rural free
  Total N = 558 n (%) Mengo N = 80 n (%) Rubaga N = 80 n (%) Mulago N = 358 n (%) Mpigi N = 40 n (%)
Age in yrs, median (IQR) 26 (7) 26 (8) 26 (6) 27 (7) 25 (10)
Marital status      
 Married/cohabiting 441 (79.0) 69 (86.3) 65 (81.3) 278 (77.6) 29 (72.5)
 Single/separated/widowed 117 (21.0) 11 (13.7) 15 (18.7) 80 (22.4) 11 (27.5)
Education      
 None/Primary 280 (50.2) 18 (22.5) 32 (40.0) 201 (56.1) 29 (72.5)
 Secondary/Post-secondary 278 (49.8) 62 (77.5) 48 (60.0) 157 (43.9) 11 (27.5)
Employed      
 Yes 254 (45.5) 44 (55.0) 40 (50.0) 155 (43.3) 15 (37.5)
 No 304 (54.5) 36 (45.0) 40 (50.0) 203 (56.7) 25  (62.5)
Husband employed (,n = 441)      
 Employed 415 (94.1) 66 (95.6) 64 (98.5) 262 (94.2) 23 (79.3)
 Un-employed 26 (5.9) 3 (4.4) 1 (1.5) 16 (5.8) 6 (20.7)
Parity      
 I or II 217 (39.0) 37 (46.3) 41 (51.2) 124 (34.6) 15 (37.5)
 ≥ III 341 (61.0) 43 (53.7) 39 (48.8) 234 (65.4) 25 (62.5)
Disclosed HIV sero-status      
 Yes 376 (67.4) 44 (55.0) 59 (73.7) 259 (72.4) 14 (35.0)
 No 182 (32.6) 36 (45.0) 21 (26.3) 99 (27.6) 26 (65.0)
Disclosed HIV sero-status to spouse (among married/co-habiting, n = 441)      
 Yes 194 (44.0) 34 (49.3) 33 (50.8) 126 (45.3) 1 (3.5)
 No 247 (56.0) 35 (50.7) 32 (49.2) 152 (54.7) 28 (96.5)
Attending any health clinic/organization giving HIV related services      
 Yes 435 (78.0) 50 (62.5) 67 (83.7) 303 (84.6) 15 (37.5)
 No 123 (22.0) 30 (37.5) 13 (16.3) 55 (15.4) 25 (62.5)