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A cluster randomized-controlled trial of a community mobilization intervention to change gender norms and reduce HIV risk in rural South Africa

Study design and intervention
22 Sep 15 Gender Equality in the Home, Gender-Based Violence, HIV/AIDS & TB
Pettifor et al (2015). A cluster randomized-controlled trial of a community mobilization intervention to change gender norms and reduce HIV risk in rural South Africa: study design and intervention. BMC  Public Health, 15, pp. 752-759.

This paper provides an analysis of the design and implementation, as well as to provide baseline findings, of the One Man Can trial. The One Man Can trial is a cluster randomised controlled trial implemented in the Bushbuckridge area of the Mpumalanga province over two years, with the aim of mobilising communities to change gender norms and reduce HIV risk.

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