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Table 5 Odds ratios from a binary logistic regression model predicting sexual behaviour (ever had sex) among adolescent refugees, SRH needs assessment survey 2020

From: Adolescent sexual behaviour in a refugee setting in Uganda

Variable Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
Age (RC = 13–15)    
16–18 3.16** (1.56–6.41)   2.87** (1.41–5.87)
Sex (RC = Female)    
Male 22.92*** (10.77–48.75)   20.23*** (9.20–44.48)
Education attainment (RC = no education/primary)    
Secondary 1.44 (0.58–3.56)   1.15 (0.44–2.99)
Current marital status (RC = unmarried)    
Married 9.59** (2.19–41.89)   8.72** (1.95–39.07)
Currently in school (RC = Yes)    
No 4.90** (1.63–14.75)   4.66** (1.53–14.19)
Can one get an STI without sex (RC = Yes)    
No   2. 24** (1.33–3.75) 1.28 (0.68–2.40)
Know of contraception (RC = Yes)    
No   0.27*** (0.14–0.52) 0.69 (0.33–1.48)
Ever visited a health facility for sexual and reproductive health services (RC = No)    
Yes   2.36** (1.26–4.42) 2.10 (0.89–4.94)
Constant 0.03*** (0.01–0.06) 0.29*** (0.19–0.44) 0.03*** (0.01–0.07)
Number of observations 356 356 356
Likelihood ratio Chi-squared (probability) 134.9 (0.000) 37.9 (0.000) 139.8 (0.000)
Pseudo R-squared value 0.335 0.094 0.347
  1. RC  reference category
  2. Confidence intervals in parentheses: *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001