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MARCH Outcome Evaluation

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS5

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY2

I. INTRODUCTION8

II. DESCRIPTION OF THE MARCH INTERVENTION PROJECT10

III. OBJECTIVES OF THE OUTCOME EVALUATION12

IV. EVALUATION METHODOLOGY13

4.1. Study design13

4.2. Sampling methods and sample size13

4.3. The questionnaire and training of data collectors14

4.4. Data processing and analysis14

V. EVALUATION FINDINGS16

5.1 Characteristics of respondents16

5.2. Exposure to the MARCH Intervention17

5.3. Exposure to the MARCH and Knowledge of ways of avoiding HIV/AIDS22

5.4. Exposure to the MARCH and Knowledge of symptoms of Sexual Transmitted Infections (STIs)27

5.5. Exposure to the MARCH and attitude towards PLWHAs31

5.6. Exposure to the MARCH and psychosocial constructs in relation to condom use34

5.7. Exposure to the MARCH and Psychosocial constructs in relation to HIV testing40

5.8. Exposure to the MARCH and HIV blood testing46

5.9. Exposure to the MARCH and interpersonal communication regarding HIV/AIDS/STIs51

5.10. Exposure to the MARCH and sexual behaviors of the never married55

5.11. Self-report of actions taken as a result of participating in the MARCH60

VI. SUMMARY OF MAJOR FINDINGS AND LESSONS LEARNED63

VII. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS65

REFERENCES69

ANNEX 1. LIST OF KEBELES AND SAMPLE SIZE BY KEBELE71

Addis Ababa and West Hararghe

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