On the 4,409 boys who completed the survey, 235 reported sexual coercion (5.33%). Boys most commonly reported a perpetrator who was a female (77.20%)  and of similar age (78.61%, including same age learner, older learner, and other youth). Same age learners were the most frequently reported perpetrator (47.53%), followed by older learners (18.39%). Other adults in school (8.97%) and teachers (6.73%) were the most frequent adult perpetrators reported.
While the current study did not examine the consequences of sexual coercion, research with Ethiopian boys reported experiencing hopelessness and poor school performance subsequent to experiencing rape.