Table 1 Response rates for household interview, individual interview and HIV testing by sex, and reason for HIV non-response, DHS/AIS countries with HIV testing, 2003–6
Country, sex (age)Household response rateNumber eligible for individual interview and HIV testingIndividual response rateHIV response rateReason for HIV non-response
RefusedAbsentOther/ missing
Burkina Faso 200399.4
Male (15–59)398490.585.85.95.13.2
Female (15–49)457596.792.34.02.01.7
Cambodia 200598.0
Male (15–49)722993.190.33.75.10.9
Female (15–49)863897.295.12.71.50.6
Cameroon 200497.6
Male (15–59)567693.089.85.23.51.5
Female (15–49)570394.592.15.11.51.3
Cote d’Ivoire 200595.5
Male (15–49)514887.575.813.99.21.1
Female (15–49)577289.878.714.55.21.6
Ethiopia 200598.6
Male (15–59)677889.075.415.07.81.9
Female (15–49)714295.483.213.32.31.3
Ghana 200398.7
Male (15–59)534593.880.010.37.52.2
Female (15–49)594995.789.35.33.71.8
India 2005–692.9
Male (15–54)64 17586.578.16.912.13.0
Female (15–49)62 18293.685.08.14.52.4
Kenya 200396.3
Male (15–54)418385.570.312.813.92.9
Female (15–49)430394.076.314.56.32.8
Lesotho 200497.4
Male (15–59)330584.668.016.68.76.8
Female (15–49)375894.280.712.12.94.3
Malawi 200497.8
Male (15–54)379785.963.324.69.32.8
Female (15–49)407194.970.424.02.53.1
Rwanda 200599.6
Male (15–59)495997.295.60.43.30.8
Female (15–49)583798.197.30.32.00.5
Tanzania 200398.5
Male (15–49)619691.377.114.97.01.1
Female (15–49)715495.983.512.92.80.8
Uganda 2004–596.8
Male (15–59)990589.183.85.88.81.6
Female (15–59)11 45494.589.35.24.01.6
Zimbabwe 2005–695.0
Male (15–54)876181.963.421.012.92.7
Female (15–49)987090.275.915.36.42.3