Table 3A

Effect of the NAMWEZA intervention on primary and secondary outcomes for Network Members—men

Baseline (n=273)After the intervention (n=174)P value*Relative change (%)†
Mean (SD)Mean (SD)
HIV knowledge‡0.77 (0.14)0.79 (0.13)0.092.60
Self-esteem3.06 (0.42)3.13 (0.48)0.132.29
Self-efficacy3.32 (0.67)3.29 (0.65)0.67−0.90
Self-efficacy for safer sex3.36 (0.62)§3.42 (0.61)¶0.461.79
% (events/subjects, n)% (events/subjects, n)P value**
Physical abuse perpetration11.28 (30/266)10.92 (19/174)0.91−3.19
Physical abuse victimisation14.23 (38/267)9.77 (17/174)0.17−31.34
Sexual abuse perpetration6.39 (17/266)5.75 (10/174)0.78−10.02
Sexual abuse victimisation8.99 (24/267)8.62 (15/174)0.89−4.12
Multiple sex partners 17.95 (49/273)18.97 (33/174)0.795.68
Unprotected sex56.90 (99/174)60.00 (75/125)0.595.45
HIV-related endpoints% (events/subjects, n)% (events/subjects, n)
Tested for HIV64.84 (177/273)72.41 (126/174)0.0911.67
If tested, HIV positive12.64 (22/174)14.29 (18/126)0.6813.05
If HIV positive, visited an HIV treatment clinic71.43 (20/28)94.44 (17/18)0.0532.21
  • *P value was obtained from Student’s t-test.

  • †Relative change was defined asEmbedded Image

  • ‡Variable definitions are provided in the footnotes of table 2a and in the data analysis section of the text.

  • §The number of subjects used for this calculation was 167 due to missing data.

  • ¶The number of subjects used for this calculation was 122 due to missing data.

  • **P value was obtained from χ2 test.