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MARCH Outcome Evaluation

Table 7. Multivariate regression Coefficients [β] and its standard error [se] in the estimation of mean numbers of correctly reported symptoms of STIs, 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

0.36[0.12]**

1.0[0.26]***

-0.01[0.12]

0.15[0.14]

0.04[0.31]

0.58[0.29]*

0.28[0.33]

0.31[0.23]

0.67[0.23]

0.89[0.26]**

-

-

0.23[0.25]*

0.68[0.33]**

0.49[0.13]***

0.62[0.13]***

0.32[0.09]**

0.27[0.18]

0.32[0.19]

0.42[0.18]*

-

-

-

-

0.10[0.15]

0.53[0.14]***

-0.23[0.18]

-0.25[0.24]*

Reference Category in parenthesis

*p<0.05, **p<0.01  ***p<0.001

Baseline Vs Outcome comparison [only for Addis Ababa]  

Figure 2a and 2b compare the proportion of respondents who reported the various symptoms of STIs between the baseline and outcome surveys of Addis Ababa. Overall, the data revealed the presence of a significant temporal trend in the reporting of STI symptoms since the baseline. Although non-exposed outcome respondents appeared somewhat more knowledgeable than respondents of the baseline survey with regards to STI symptoms, the trend was not statically significant for most of the items.  The most notable as well as statistically significant increase in the reporting of STI symptoms in the outcome survey, as compared to that of the baseline, was recorded for the moderately-and highly-exposed respondents. In particular, the temporal change in the reporting of STI symptoms

Addis Ababa and West Hararghe

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