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National HIV Communication Survey

This survey provided some of the evidence for Intersexions

First Brief on Project

This included an outline and a script for a “relay” series about HIV that would be structured on the degrees of sexual separation.

Human Sciences Research Council Survey

Provided some of the evidence for Intersexions.

National HIV Communication Survey

Provided some of the evidence for Intersexions

Second Brief on Project

Written in 2009, in which HIV prevention messaging had expanded to include awareness of the risks posed by multiple sexual relationships and concurrency of relationships, in particular.

Evaluation after First Run of Series

CADRE conducted a qualitative evaluation involving 12 focus groups

Quantitative Evaluation

Dr Lawrence Kincaid and Dr Maria-Elena Figueroa faculty of CCP undertook specific analysis on the impact of Intersexions, not only on behaviour but also on beliefs and values, social norms and self-efficacy of viewers.

Third National Communication Survey

Undertaken in the first half of 2012 approximately a year after the initial broadcast of Intersexions. It evaluated the reach and impact of a range of communication programs, including Intersexions, on the behavioral drivers of the HIV epidemic

It is a thing that is happening in our communities . . . we change partners continuously and we do not pay attention to the fact that there is a disease out there and it is killing us.-- Male viewer, 25-29 years, KwaZulu-Natal