|Educational intervention||Health workers organize and implement interventions through expert lectures, group discussions and publicity materials||
1. Health workers provide Cartoons, posters, radio programs, lectures and drama about HIV/AIDS.|
2. Health workers organize group discussions about condom use skills.
3. Health workers manage and provide free condoms and contraceptives in the workplace.
|Peer education||Peer educators intervene through peer communication||
1. Peer educators provide free condoms in the workplace.|
2. Peer educators organize plays, speeches and discussions about HIV.
|Community intervention||Intervention through active provision of HCT services and/or physical and mental health knowledge.||
1. Individual risk assessment and blood test for HIV seroconversions.|
2. Reasonable diet, exercise, and injury prevention, such as influenza or workplace injury prevention.
|Lottery intervention||Improvement of HCT uptake among factory workers through lottery drawing.||The first step was to publicize the lottery intervention system. The second step was to distribute the process manual 2 weeks before the intervention. The third step was to award free T-shirts to workers participating in HCT in the workplace, and to be able to participate in lottery activities to win prizes and gift cards.|
|Policy intervention||Encourage factory workers to acquire HIV/AIDS knowledge and reduce HIV discrimination by issuing certificates.||A policy intervention encouraged workers to learn HIV/AIDS knowledge by issuing AIDS-response Standard Organization (ASO) certificates.|