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Condom Programming Workshop June 2010 B

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Presentation on the strategic framework and research related to condoms in Trinidad & Tobago

Presentation on the strategic framework and research related to condoms in Trinidad & Tobago

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  • 1. Comprehensive Condom Programming Workshop June 2010
  • 2. Setting the Stage On HIV, Sexual Practices and Behaviour
    One Year Transitional National Strategic Plan 2010 – 2011
    Draft Condom Strategy and Action Plan
    KAPB
    ILO USDOL HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Project
    Research on Risk Factors of Key Populations for Contracting HIV and other STI’s
  • 3. One Year Transitional National Strategic Plan 2010 – 2011
    Behaviour Change
    Psycho-Social Factors
    Increase the Availability, Accessibility of Condoms
    Barriers - socio economic status; machismo
    Place rather than Price
  • 4. One Year Transitional National Strategic Plan 2010 – 2011
    Most at Risk Populations
    Indicator – 50% increase in young people reporting use of condom
    75% increase in proportion of SW and MSM reporting use of condom
  • 5. Draft Condom Strategy and Action Plan
    Socio-Political Environment
    Gender Norms and Power Relations
    Sex Work
    Demand – Generation; anti condom pressure; limited research; Information.
    Supply
    Support
  • 6. KAPB
    Knowledge on Risks or Transmission – condom M 92.1 % F 92.2%
    Knowledge Condoms
    Heard of Male condom – 98.4%
    Where to buy – 93.7%
    Preference to buy – pharmacy 75%
  • 7. KAPB
    Beliefs – Question Why do you think you have no chance of getting HIV
    Use condoms all the time – M 13.9% F 6.8%
    Sex Only with Spouse – M 36.1% F 45.4% (42% overall no sexual intercourse)
    What are the Chance of Catching HIV -84% little or no chance
  • 8. KAPB
    Behaviour
    Age first have sex –
    9-15 years M16.1 F 10.1
    15-24 years 11.6%
    25-49 years 13.1%
    21 years + 43.7%
    Ever Used a Condom – 87.3%
  • 9. KAPB
    Behaviour
    Was a condom used the first time you had sex – 44.3% - similar between M & F
    15-24 62.2%
    25-49 38.9%
    Sexual Debut Older Partner
    F 87.1% M 39.9%
    F 15-19 partner 10+ years 85%
    F 15-24 partner 10+ years 91%
  • 10. KAPB
    Behaviour
    Regular Partners – use of condom M 35.1% F 30.7% overall 32.6%
    Condom every time – M14.2% F10.7% Overall 12.2%
    Why not use a condom – monogamous relationship 24.3%, trust 21.5%
    Non Regular partners – 14.5% use condom every time (81.8% have no non regular partner) 53.8% non respondent
  • 11. KAPB
    Behaviour
    4.7% admitted having sex with a commercial partner
    Condom Use with Commercial Partners M 14.7% F2.9% non respondent M79.4% F97.1%
    MSM 0.78% (6) admitted sex with male partners – 2 men reported use of condoms every time
  • 12. ILO USDOL HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Project
  • 13. Research on Risk Factors of Key Populations – Condom Use
    MSM – should use condoms but not always possible
    Sex Workers – no agreement by all sex workers that condoms should be used all the time
  • 14. Thank you for your input!