PSI Rwanda trained 600 young bar/restaurant/hotel/domestic workers, aged 15-29, as Peer Educators. The trainings were conducted in June and July 2010. The training sessions were evaluated by using pre- and post tests as a part of PSI Rwanda’s standard monitoring and evaluation (M&E) procedures. This analysis has a two-fold purpose: 1) to describe the level of knowledge of the participants regarding HIV/AIDS, Reproductive Health, Peer Education & Life Skills and condom use prior to the training and 2) to evaluate the impact of the training by looking at differences between pre- and post test results.
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