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Table 1 Datasets used in the analysis

From: The role of private health providers in HIV testing: analysis of data from 18 countries

Country Year Dataset type GDP per capita (2012 USD) National HIV prevalence Total women in sample #Women tested for HIV in sample Total men in sample #Men tested for HIV in sample
Benin 2006 DHS 602 1.2% 17,794 3,055 5,321 676
Cambodia 2010 DHS 795 0.5% 18,754 4,695 8,239 1,986
Cote D'Ivoire 2005 AIS 908 4.8% 5,183 397 4,503 295
DR 2007 DHS 4,334 0.8% 27,195 18,104 27,975 11,651
Ethiopia 2011 DHS 358 1.5% 16,515 6,915 14,110 5,991
Guyana 2008 DHS 2,558 1.2% 4,996 2,525 3,522 1,272
Haiti 2006 DHS 515 2.1% 10,757 1,918 4,958 508
Kenya 2008 DHS 794 6.3% 8,444 4,915 3,465 1,437
Lesotho 2008 DHS 764 23.6% 7,624 5,193 3,317 1,321
Liberia 2007 DHS 211 1.8% 7,092 287 6,009 346
Malawi 2010 DHS 339 11.0% 23,020 17,046 7,175 3,845
Mozambique 2009 AIS 428 11.5% 6,413 2,596 4,799 1,073
Sierra Leone 2008 DHS 348 1.6% 7,374 1,006 3,280 278
Swaziland 2006 DHS 2,894 25.7% 4,987 2,040 4,156 804
Tanzania 2010 DHS 524 5.6% 10,139 5,732 2,527 1,055
Uganda 2011 DHS 487 6.5% 8,674 6,505 2,295 1,282
Vietnam 2006 AIS 731 0.4% 7,289 585 6,707 603
Zimbabwe 2011 DHS 776 14.3% 8,948 5,499 7,480 2,810
  1. Notes: All data on GDP per capita and HIV prevalence from World Bank data catalogue (accessed fromhttp://data.worldbank.org) except for data on HIV prevalence in Ethiopia which was obtained from 2012 UNAIDS Ethiopia country progress report (access fromhttp://www.unaids.org/en/dataanalysis/knowyourresponse/countryprogressreports/2012countries/GAP%20Report%202012.pdf).