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MARCH Outcome Evaluation

Table 5. Multivariate regression Coefficients [β] and its standard error [se] in the estimation of mean number of correctly reported ways of avoiding HIV/AIDS according to selected characteristics of respondents,  Addis Ababa and West Hararghe, MARCH outcome survey, May-June 2005

Addis Ababa

West Hararghe

β [se]

β [se]

Exposure to MARCH  [ Not at all]

    Moderately exposed

    Highly exposed

Sex [Female]

  Male

Age [15-19]

  20-24

  25-29

  30+

Education [Cannot read/write]

   Read/write only [Non-formal education]

   1-8 grade

   9-12 grade

   12+

Education [Cannot read/write]

   Read/write only [Non formal education]

   Attended formal education {Grade 1 +]

Marital status [Never married]

  Currently married

  Divorced/Widowed

0.25[0.07]***

0.56[0.15]***

-0.05[0.07]

0.11[0.08]

0.02[0.18]

-0.06[0.17]

0.04[0.19]

0.03[0.14]

0.02[0.17]

0.21[0.15]

-

-

-

0.12[0.15]

0.19[0.19]

0.16[0.11]

0.59[0.11]***

0.23[0.08]**

-0.01[0.18]

-0.11[0.16]

-0.01[0.15]

-

-

-

-

-0.03[0.13]

0.40[0.12]**

0.16[0.16]

-0.01[0.21]

Reference Category in parenthesis

*p<0.05,**p<0.01***p<0.001

Baseline Vs Outcome comparison [only for Addis Ababa]  

Figure 1a and 1b present a comparative data on the reporting of the different ways of avoiding HIV between the baseline and the outcome survey of Addis Ababa. The results show that respondents in the baseline survey were significantly less likely than respondents in the outcome to mention the various ways of avoiding HIV/AIDS. In particular, respondents of the outcome survey who were exposed to the MARCH intervention were significantly more likely than those at baseline to mention most of the ways of avoiding HIV/AIDS. As such, those outcome respondents who were not exposed to the MARCH intervention were also more likely than the baseline respondents to mention these various ways. The fact that the non-exposed outcome survey respondents have significantly higher knowledge on the ways of

Addis Ababa and West Hararghe

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