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  • The purpose of the transitional NSP is to cover the 1 year between the current NSP expiring which is Sept 2010 and the new coming on line. Many of you have been involved in the development of the NSP, the first initial drafts of the NSP have arrived only in the last week.The KAPB was a research undertaken by the University of the West Indies, sponsored by the NACC to collect information on the knowledge, attitudes, practices and beliefs of a representative sample of the population between 15-49 years.The report is dated June 2007
  • Universal Access Kapb Presentation

    1. 1. Universal Access – Collaborative Approaches in HIV Prevention & CommunicationJuly 2010<br />
    2. 2. Setting the Stage On HIV, Sexual Practices and Behaviour<br />One Year Transitional National Strategic Plan 2010 – 2011<br /><ul><li>Patterns of Infection</li></ul>KAPB<br />Behaviour Change Perceptions of Risk<br />MSM<br />Sex Work<br />
    3. 3. One Year Transitional National Strategic Plan 2010 – 2011<br />Behaviour Change<br />Psycho-Social Factors<br />Behaviour Change Communication<br />Increase the Availability, Accessibility of Condoms<br />
    4. 4. Patterns of Newly Diagnosed HIV Infection<br />
    5. 5. Highlighting the Gaps – Summary of KAPB Findings<br />Behaviour Change - Perceptions of Risk<br />How Serious is the HIV Problem<br />Crisis 26.8%<br />Very Serious 63.7%<br />Chances of Catching HIV<br />No Chance 40%<br />Little Chance 46.4%<br />
    6. 6. Highlighting the Gaps – Interesting Observations<br />Behaviour Change – Why do you have no chance of contracting HIV<br />Condoms – People of which faith indicated? – Use condoms all the time<br />Abstinence – In which town did the majority indicate - no sexual activity <br />
    7. 7. Highlighting the Gaps – Perceptions of Risk – Sexual Partners last 12 mths<br />
    8. 8. Highlighting the Gaps – MSM<br />MSM – What does the KAPB Say about MSM?<br />Only 6 (0.78%) of the males admitted to having sexual intercourse with a male partner in the last 6 months. Two admitted using condoms with their last male partners and 2 reported using condoms almost every time over the last 6 months. Two males admitted receptive anal sex in the last 2 months<br />
    9. 9. Highlighting the Gaps – MSM<br />MSM – What does Lee Say about MSM?<br />Prevalence – 20%<br />Knowledge is high<br />Behaviour – Younger men exhibit behaviours that reduce HIV Transmission.<br />High Risk Sub Groups<br />
    10. 10. Highlighting the Gaps – MSM HIV Prevalence by Age. Lee<br />
    11. 11. Highlighting the Gaps – KAPB and Sex Work<br />CSW – What does the KAPB Say about Sex Work?<br />4.7% admitted sex with commercial partner<br />14% did not respond – 60% female <br />Condom use was extremely low<br />
    12. 12. Highlighting the Gaps – KAPB Other Indicators<br />
    13. 13. KAPB<br />Behaviour<br />Was a condom used the first time you had sex – 44.3% - similar between M & F<br />15-24 62.2%<br />25-49 38.9%<br />Sexual Debut Older Partner<br />F 87.1% M 39.9%<br />F 15-19 partner 10+ years 85%<br />F 15-24 partner 10+ years 91%<br />
    14. 14. KAPB<br />Behaviour<br />Regular Partners – use of condom M 35.1% F 30.7% overall 32.6%<br />Condom every time – M14.2% F10.7% Overall 12.2%<br />Why not use a condom – monogamous relationship 24.3%, trust 21.5%<br />Non Regular partners – 14.5% use condom every time (81.8% have no non regular partner) 53.8% non respondent<br />
    15. 15. Recommendations<br />Address perception of risk especially younger population<br />Segment IEC material to the characteristics of the target group<br />Cannot assume the population is heterosexual<br />Sex Workers reporting low condom use<br />Extent of sex work<br />
    16. 16. Thank you for your input!<br />
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