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2015 | CARE Kenya
CARE Kenya uses a set of caricatures of animals, and trainers ask group members to identify which animal’s behavior they are likely to emulate, during what they call the Initial Self Selection exercise, when members choose to join the group, or not.
This paper draws on baseline and midline qualitative research undertaken to inform the evaluation of the Indashyikirwa program, which aims to reduce Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and support…
Many women’s decisions about whether and how to participate in sex work are driven by financial considerations. Despite the recognized importance of economic factors in HIV risk among fe…
Household economic strengthening (HES) is increasingly implemented alongside HIV programing to address economic drivers of the epidemic. The evidence base on HES for HIV outcomes is growing, a…
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