How to Use a Male Condom
This poster is part of the Scrutinize campaign in South Africa. The campaign is aimed at asking people to “scrutinize” or look carefully at their own behaviors that put them at risk for HIV infection. The poster shows, with illustrations, how to put on a condom.
The South Africa National Communication Survey 2012 Preliminary Results revealed that Scrutinize reached about 70% of the intended population, promoted self-efficacy and positive attitudes toward condom use. Regarding HIV, the survey also revealed that self-efficacy to request partner testing and discussion with sex partners about getting tested together has a positive net effect.
Source: Johns Hopkins Health and Education South Africa (JHHESA)
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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