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HIV knowledge in ‘Coaching for Hope’ participants, compared with non-participants: Coaching for Hope Burkina Faso Evaluation Report

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HIV knowledge in ‘Coaching for Hope’ participants, compared with non-participants: Coaching for Hope Burkina Faso Evaluation Report

Publication type

Research and Project Evaluations

Publisher

Coaching for Hope

Year

2008

Coaching for Hope

This report captures the impact of Coaching for Hope’s work on raising awareness of HIV/AIDS among young people in Africa. A baseline was establishing looking at how far Coaching for Hope courses have influenced people’s attitudes and behaviour, with the aim of improving and developing the organisation’s work in coordination with local coaches.

The report shows that the coaches who have been through a Coaching for Hope course have more confidence in negotiating condom use and feel empowered to talk to and influence their friends and neighbours.

[Abstract adapted from author]

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Author

Anna Kirk

Published

Sunday, June 22, 2008 - 23:00