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Evaluations/Assessments | July 10, 2012

Effects of a Faithfulness-Focused Curriculum on Couples From Three Regions in Uganda

Even though a large share of new HIV infections in many African countries occurs within marriages, there are relatively few prevention programs specifically focusing on the couple as a unit of behavior change. An evaluation was conducted on The Faithful House (TFH) program, which involves a faithfulness-focused HIV prevention curriculum implemented through workshops centered on the couple, to determine its short-term and more sustained benefits for established couples in Uganda.