A follow-up study to identify knowledge, attitudes, practices and beliefs (KAPB) on HIV/AIDS, TB and other sexual reproductive health issues of women and men in Kunene and Erongo (final report)
A follow-up study to identify knowledge, attitudes, practices and beliefs (KAPB) on HIV/AIDS, TB and other sexual reproductive health issues of women and men in Kunene and Erongo: final report
Framework for monitoring and evaluation HIV prevention programs for most at risk populations = Una escena para seguir y evaluar los programas de prevencion de VIH para los grupos con riesgo mas alto
The report reflected the information collected in the field and that the research findings and recommendations contained in this report will contribute to a clearer road map for the Kunene CHBC programme in developing strategies and interventions to mitigate the negative effects of AIDS related illness, to an improved and increased understanding concerning the challenges experienced by CHBC clients, primary and secondary caregivers, their immediate families and communities at large.
In its pursuit for greater understanding of the communities in which they work, MdM is undertaking annual KAPB surveys in selected communities of Erongo and Kunene regions to determine the knowledge, attitudes, practices and beliefs of the general population with regard to HIV/AIDS and other reproductive health issues. In addition, this study was undertaken to understand the impact of gender on HIV risk in the Erongo and Kunene regions.
El punto de inicio del presente trabajo lo constituyen los datos y conclusiones recogidas en el estudio del consultor Jerry Mameja, encargado por Médicos del Mundo en marzo del 2007 (“A study to determine the quality and level HBC care activities in the Kunene Region”).