2% achievement against the target of 20%, according to the KAPB studies mentioned above, and tracked in the annual HIV/AIDS Surveillance Reports.
The age at first sexual intercourse has increased; selected non-gender disaggregated KAPB studies show an overall increase from 14 to 16.
sexual debut, KAPB
on ways to prevent HIV) to document project achievements, and enhanced support to women as home based caregivers would have considerably strengthened the gender dimensions of the project.
The percentage of persons 15-49 who received an HIV test and know their results is 12% for males and 18% for females (MOH, KAPB
2004) and 38% of notified HIV cases are first reported as AEDS case.
quoted as from 14-16 years in selected KAPB
study sites, the UDHS 2000/01 only shows delayed sexual debut for men: the median age of first