Multivariate Regression Analysis of Maximum Amount Respondents Were Willing to Pay for HIV Treatment Services in Nigeria with Independent Variablesa (N=400)

ModelOdds Ratio (95% Confidence Interval)P Value
Age category
    Older than 40 years
    Younger than 40 years1.003 (−581.887, 117.994).19
Marital category
    Has a partner
    Has no partner0.699 (−204.520, 429.975).49
Educational category
    Below secondary school
    Secondary school and above0.797 (−181.817, 429.592).43
Employment category
    Not employed1.168 (−215.269, 844.746).24
Awareness of early start of treatment
    Yes0.646 (−254.997, 504.569).52
    Female0.948 (−452.638, 158.094).34
Monthly income
    >Minimum wage
    <Minimum wage2.476 (84.698, 737.233).014a
Change in income
    Decrease in income
    Increase in income4.332 (1222.577, 505.391).00a
Comorbidity with HIV
    Yes0.821 (−385.006, 937.531).41
Availability of financial support
    Family and friend support
    No support1.092 (−567.603, −87.090).008a
Level of treatment
    Public hospital
    Government hospital0.383 (−418.816, 282.278).70
Sources of funds
    Personal income alone
    Personal income plus support1.072 (0.053, 3.071).39
Perception of cost of HIV treatment services
    Cost is low
    Cost is high1.18 (0.034, 23.345).99
Awareness of consequences of nonadherence to treatment
    Yes1.175 (−432.34, 123.345).67
Frequency of clinic visits
    More than once a quarter
    Once in a quarter0.881 (0.072, 10.804).92
Duration on treatment
    Less than 3 years
    More than 3 years0.457 (1.325, 7.824).73
  • a Prob >F=0.000