MARCH Outcome Evaluation
be viewed as an important element that enabled people to translate the previously acquired positive attitudinal belief regarding the benefits of condom use into the belief in the ability to use it.
Although overall reported intention to use condom (in the next 3 months) did not improve as a result of participating in the MARCH, it appeared that the intervention has improved, though not significantly, the likely intentions (i.e. to use condom in the next 3 months) of female, never married and young people (aged 15-24). While no difference in the reported intentions to use condom by exposure to the MARCH was noted for the other group of respondents (Figure 3b).
Figure 3 Condom use self-efficacy (Figure 3a) and intention to use condom (Figure 3b) among sexually active respondents, according to selected background characteristics and exposure to the MARCH, Addis Ababa, MARCH outcome survey, May-June 2005
Addis Ababa and West Hararghe