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Table 1 Summary of participant characteristics for the two studies

From: A qualitative analysis of transitions to heroin injection in Kenya: implications for HIV prevention and harm reduction

Access2Care
 PWID reporting transitions: N = 50 Age (mean) and range 31 (22–45)
Gender 13 women (26 %), 37 men (74 %)
HIV status 15 living with (30 %)
 Of the overall sample of 118, there were 84 men (71 %)/32 women (29 %) and 44 PLHIV (37 %), with an age range of 31 (19–49)
 Stakeholders: n = 12 7 male, 5 female—2 outreach project managers, 5 outreach workers, 2 outreach-based clinical officers, 1 clinical-based clinical officer, 2 outreach-based HIV counsellors
Heroin Trade study
 Drug merchants: n = 35 32 male, 3 female, all participating in the informal, criminal economy
 Stakeholders: n = 57 54 men, 3 women, from police, government departments, rehabilitation centres and community organisations