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Assessment of possible outlets for distribution of oral HIV self-tests in Kenya

Other evaluation 3ie 2014
Authors of this study generated evidence to help inform the design and evaluation of programmes using oral HIV self-tests in Kenya. They examined the possible outlets and/or networks for the distribution of oral HIV self-tests among potential users and to explore how the distribution of oral HIV self-tests through various channels can be organised to better meet the needs of potential users.

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Insights into potential users and messaging for oral HIV self-test kits in Kenya

Other evaluation 3ie 2014
The authors used a mixed methods approach to conduct formative research among potential consumers to understand their specific motivations and incentives to use oral HIV self-tests. They also assessed what messaging and other methods might be effective for increasing the acceptability and demand for self-tests, particularly among at-risk populations.

Thomas Mandlmeier, Deutsche Welle

Insights into packaging and labelling for oral HIV self-test kits in Kenya

Other evaluation 3ie 2014
Authors of this study focused on questions related to packaging and labelling for oral HIV self-test kits in Kenya, specifically, those related to the government’s existing and planned regulations.

Formative Research, Kenya

Accuracy of oral HIV self-tests in Kenya

Other evaluation 3ie 2014
Authors of this study assessed the effect of an intervention by North Star Alliance to provide truck drivers attending two of their clinics a choice of HIV testing options, including a self-administered oral HIV test in the presence of a health care provider or to take home and perform on their own.

Courtney Crosson, Courtesy of Photoshare

Understanding and preventing potential social harms and abuses of oral HIV self-testing in Kenya

Other evaluation 3ie 2014
The authors assessed the potential social harms and abuses associated with oral HIV self-testing among male and female adults aged 15-49 years in urban and rural Kenya.

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The Vaccine Indicator and Reminder band, Pakistan

Other evaluation

The Vaccine Indicator and Reminder (VIR) band: providing innovative reminder bands to newborns through community health workers for improving vaccination initiation and completion in Pakistan