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Evaluations/Assessments | August 3, 2012

Longer-Term Impact of Faithfulness-Focused Curriculum on HIV-Positive Couples From Four Regions in Ethiopia

Catholic Relief Services evaluated a version of the Faithful House curriculum that is tailored to strengthening the relationships of couples living with HIV. This version of the curriculum was implemented in four regions of Ethiopia. The 10-month follow-up survey data strongly suggests that the workshop curriculum was successful in strengthening the relationships of couples living with HIV and in maintaining the positive attitudes and behaviors observed three months after the intervention.