Reducing Alcohol-Related HIV Risk in Katutura, Namibia: Results from a Multi-Level Intervention

AIDSTAR-One conducted a 3-year demonstration project in Namibia to reduce heavy drinking and risky sexual behavior among bar patrons in a low-income neighborhood on the outskirts of Namibia's capital, Windhoek. This report describes how the intervention was implemented, monitored, and evaluated, and reports the final assessment results. It also offers key recommendations for future research and programming.

PDF View the Reducing Alcohol-Related HIV Risk in Namibia Intervention Report (PDF, 8.9 MB)

PDF Executive Summary (PDF, 274 KB)

PDF Background (PDF, 226 KB)

PDF Objectives (PDF, 235 KB)

PDF Intervention Design and Implementation (PDF, 265 KB)

PDF Methods for Monitoring and Evaluation (PDF, 267 KB)

PDF Findings (PDF, 357 KB)

PDF Limitations (PDF, 228 KB)

PDF Discussion and Recommendations (PDF, 223 KB)

PDF References (PDF, 232 KB)

PDF Appendix A: Project Timeline (PDF, 262 KB)

PDF Appendix B: Alcohol Traders Training and Mentoring Guide (PDF, 333 KB)

PDF Appendix C: Community Mobilizations Manual (PDF, 1.5 MB)

PDF Appendix D: Endline Survey (PDF, 252 KB)

PDF Appendix E: Monitoring Forms (PDF, 248 KB)

PDF Appendix F: Key Outcomes (PDF, 260 KB)

PDF Appendix G: Results of the Pre-Post Trend Analysis (PDF, 277 KB)

PDF Appendix H: Results of the Pre-Post Trend Analysis: Partner-by-Partner Data (PDF, 115 KB)

PDF Appendix I: Results of the Program Exposure Analysis (PDF, 257 KB)

PDF Appendix J: Results of the Program Exposure Analysis: Partner-by-Partner Data (PDF, 247 KB)