This is a guide to conducting focus group interviews, including the following steps:
This guide covers the three most common barriers to youth focus groups and suggestions for overcoming them. Some barriers include: violations of privacy, capacity for commitment, and lack of interest.
This guide is directed at non-governmental organizations and specifically addresses the topic of engaging stakeholders in designing, monitoring and evaluating programs.
This report presents the results of testing HPV messages and materials with 15 focus groups in February 2005. The materials were designed to raise awareness about Human Papillomavirus and tested with individuals from the general public between the ages of 18 and 29 who were African-American, Caucasian, or Hispanic.
A Care Group is a group of 10 to 15 volunteer community-based health educators who regularly meet together with project staff for training, supervision and support.
This guide was developed as a training resource and toolkit to aid in the design, training, implementation and monitoring of Care Group programs. A Care Group is a group of 10-15 volunteer, community-based health educators who regularly meet together with NGO project staff for training and supervision.
Visualization in Participatory Programs, or VIPP, is a people centered approach to planning, training and other group events.
This brief document offers suggestions as to how faith groups can include family planning programming into their current HIV prevention programs. The suggestions involve counseling, testing, and even ways to keep costs down as you add to existing programs.