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Table 1 Population characteristics

From: Uptake of three doses of HPV vaccine by primary school girls in Eldoret, Kenya; a prospective cohort study in a malaria endemic setting

Population characteristics Number Percentage and Confidence Interval
Age 12 (IQR: 10–13)  
Religion
 Christian 2853/2875 99.20% (95%CI: 99.0–99.5%)
 Muslim 22/ 2875 0.80% (95%CI .0.5–1.2)
Caregiver
 Female 2154/3000 71.8% (95%CI: 70.2–73.4)
 Male 843/3000 28.1% (95% CI: 26.5–29.7)
Knowledge
 Knowledge of Pap Smear tests 786/2913 27% (95%CI: 25.4–28.6)
 HPV knowledge among caregivers 824/2853 28.90% (95%CI:.27.2–30.6)
 Female caregiver having had cytological screening 307/ 2126 14.40% (95%CI: 13.0–16.0)
Vaccines
 Childhood vaccines 2808/ 2994 93.80% (95%CI: 92.9–.94.6)
 HPV second dose 1933/ 3026 63.80% (95%CI: 62.13–65.6)
 HPV third dose 1182/ 3026 39.10% (95%CI: 37.3–40. 8)
Mean time between second HPV dose and first dose 33 days (SD 22.7)
Mean time between third HPV dose and second dose 148 days (SD: 17.5)
Median time elapsed between first and last HPV dose 175 days (IQR: 168–182)