Received: 4 May 2022
Accepted: 24 August 2022
First Online: 1 September 2022
: The Institutional Review Board (IRB) of Arba Minch University’s College of Medicine and Health Sciences granted ethical approval. After receiving a formal supportive letter from the research coordination offices, permission to perform the research was secured from jail authorities. After explaining the study’s goal, the study participants signed informed written consent. Participants were told that their names would not be revealed, that their information would be kept private, and that it would only be used for research purposes. They were also told that they were not obligated to answer the entire question and that they might withdraw at any point if they didn’t want to. During the training and data collection phase, all data collectors and supervisors wore personal protective equipment that met WHO criteria to prevent the COVID 19 pandemic disease from spreading. Furthermore, all methods were carried out following the Declaration of Helsinki, and all ethical and professional considerations were followed to keep participants’ data confidential.
: Not applicable.
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