TABLE 3.

Factors That Affected Willingness to Pay for PrEP Among KPs in 3 States in Nigeria

BivariateMultivariate
P Value95% CIOdds Ratio95% CI
Age younger than 28 years.737−0.069, 0.047−0.1890.417, 1.643
MSM.000a−0.189, 0.071−0.7600.245, 0.893a
Married.817−0.050, 0.068−0.4970.121, 3.054
Secondary level of education and higher.620−0.040, 0.0730.5280.769, 3.740
Employed.003a−0.144, 0.026−0.4750.345, 1.122
Urban place of residence.780−0.051, 0.065−0.4700.344, 1.133
Average monthly incomeb of <N30,000 (<US$79).391−0.037, 0.1030.2920.704, 2.546
Had ever heard of PrEP.158−0.015, 0.0980.0980.399, 3.049
Had some knowledge of PrEP.105−0.008, 106
Satisfied with PrEP message quality.342−0.123, 0.044−0.180.454, 1.573
Willing to receive PrEP messages in future.000a0.164, 0.2950.9790.721, 9.821
Had ever used PrEP.102−0.008, 0.1020.4380.851, 2.824
  • Abbreviations: CI, confidence interval; FSW, female sex worker; KP, key population; MSM, men who have sex with men; PrEP, pre-exposure prophylaxis.

  • a Statistically significant.

  • b Nigerian Naira (N)380=US$1.