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Text Box: .A visit to the community influencers further showcased the immense impact of the program as they stated how the youths in the community had under gone a transformation most visible in their refusal to loiter around especially at eventide. 
The representative of the “Bulamas” (ward heads) thanked the staff of SFH and gave assurances of their backing to ensure that activities are carried out in the communities.
The ED of HERWA assessed the impact of program implementation on his organization as being positive especially as regards report writing and process of documentation.  This was further improved after the trainings provided in Abuja and Kano 
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Excerpts from Program Impact assessment conducted by Society for Family Health at the close out of CiHPAC.

1. Community impact of the program was assessed by visiting the CBO’s that emerged at the end of the intervention year.  A CBO was formed by the male and female youths which they propose to call “MaduganariYouths Community Development Association”.

2. The second CBO was formed by the transport workers, this they propose to call “Tashan Kano youth Association on HIV & AIDS”. This CBO has already acquired an office space and is forging ahead with plans to continue with community activities. 

3. The USM residing in the barracks also stated that they were interested in forming a CBO to ensure continuity of their group activities. Further discussions showed a need for further consideration as the “POWA i.e. Police Officers Wives Association” is a vibrant organization that can easily accommodate this sub-group.

4. The team held an interactive session with peers and PE’s of the various target groups.

5. Chairman elect of the newly emerged TW CBO stated that many lives have been touched as a result of the intervention especially as most people that never knew about HIV & AIDS were enlightened on the disease, how to protect themselves, and how to live positively for those already infected. Others spoke on how they were motivated to go for HCT due to increased awareness.

6. A female PE spoke very emotionally on how the program has enabled her to care for a positive person without doubt or fear for her own health. In addition, others were particular about the module on “Alcohol and Drug Abuse” and how relevant it was to the target audience.

7. Random questioning of a participant clearly demonstrated knowledge on various modes of HIV transmission and ways of preventing it.

8. This led to a discussion on the use and importance of condoms – both males and females. This was because as stated by one of the peer educators; “awannan zamanin, in kajagaja, gaja ta jahka!”.

9. IEC materials provided were said to be adequate though the Hausa versions were more preferable






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