Variables Danger control Fear control Total
No % No % No %
Ever engaged in Sex (N=397) Yes 102 25.7 32 8.1 134 33.8
No 212 3.4 51 12.8 263 66.2
Age at first sex (N=134) 10-14 8 6.0 1 0.7 9 6.7
15-19 77 57.5 24 17.9 101 75.4
20-24 17 12.7 7 5.2 24 17.9
Kind of sexual partner (N=134) Causal partner 39 29.1 13 9.7 52 38.8
Class mate 23 17.2 4 3.0 27 20.2
Teacher 5 3.7 3 2.2 8 5.9
Spouse 14 10.4 6 4.5 20 14.9
Sexual partner 13 9.7 4 3.0 17 12.7
Others 8 6.0 2 1.5 10 7.5
No of sexual partner sofar (N=134) Only one 50 37.3 16 11.9 66 49.2
Only two 23 17.2 8 6.0 31 23.2
3 & more 29 21.6 8 6.0 37 27.6
Engaged on sex in last 12 month (N=134) Yes 93 69.4 32 23.9 125 93.3
No 9 6.7 0 0.0 9 6.7
No of sexual partner sex in last 12 months (N=125) Only one 61 48.8 20 16.0 81 64.8
Only two 15 12.0 9 7.2 24 19.2
>Three 17 13.6 3 2.4 20 16.0
Number of regular sexual partner sex in last 12 months (N=125) Only one 68 54.4 22 17.6 90 72.0
Only two 15 12.0 7 5.6 22 17.6
≥Three 10 8.0 3 2.4 13 10.4
Kind of sexual Partner in last sex (N=125) Causal partner 45 36.0 10 8.0 55 44.0
Class mate 16 12.8 4 3.2 20 16.0
Teacher 11 8.8 3 2.4 14 11.2
Spouse 13 13.4 9 7.2 22 20.6
Sexual partner 12 9.6 5 4.0 17 13.6
Others 5 4.0 1 0.8 6 4.8
have sexual partner currently (N=134) Yes 59 44.0 20 14.9 79 58.9
No 43 32.1 12 9.0 55 41.1
No of current sexual partner (N=79) 1 only 47 59.5 18 22.8 65 82.3
2 only 9 11.3 1 1.3 10 12.6
≥3 3 3.8 1 1.3 4 5.1
Table 8: Showing frequency of respondents’ past sexual behaviors by responses (danger control or fear control) among Hosanna Colleges, SNNPR, Ethiopia, March, 2012.