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Table 4 Intervention Effects on HIV Infection Outcomes

From: The effect of HIV educational interventions on HIV-related knowledge, condom use, and HIV incidence in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Study (Ref, Year) Study Country Int type Sample Size (N) P value type b HIV Prevalence and Incidence (N Cases)
Total N N int a N cont N int fu N cont fu int bsl (Prevalence) int fu (Incidence) p value cont bsl (Prevalence) Cont fu (Incidence) P value Rate per 100 py int Rate per100 py cont
[34] 2007 Zimbabwe PE 9454 4792 4662 6015 5993 I 1172 123 < 0.001 999 89 NR NR NR
[33] 2008 South Africa PL 2776 1409 1367 1063 fu2: 1005 1006 fu2: 994 I 82 72 NR 104 81 0.56 3.46 4.07
[44] 2013 Rwanda IMH 120 120 NA 120 NA P 1/49 NR NR NA NA NA NR NA
[32] 2015 (women) Uganda IPV 6702 3158 3544 3775 (men and women) 4067 (men and women) I 343/2814 56/1925 0·0026 448/3175 71/2038 0.396 0.99 1.15
[32] 2015 (men) Uganda IPV 4746 2179 2567 I 184/2789 27/1326 0·0288 253/2896 48/1435 0.045 0.70 1.13
  1. Cont Control, Bsl baseline, Fu Follow-up, Int Intervention, NR Not reported, PL Participatory Learning, PE Peer education, IPV integrated intimate partner violence intervention, IMH integrated mental health intervention
  2. a When reported separately, total participants are shown under “sample size” and number tested is provided as the denominator for the outcome
  3. b P value type I = Int. vs. control, P = Pre- vs. Post-test. Where two p values are available, Int. vs. cont p values: 1st p value = Int, 2nd = Control. Pre-Post p values: 1st p value = pre-test, 2nd = post-test