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PART A: SOCIO DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERITICS

To begin with, I would like to ask you questions about your age, ethnicity, the place you live and level of education and
training.

Question Response Comments


A01 How old are you?
A02 What is your ethnic group?
A03 In what estate do you live as of now?
A04 Have you always lived here in the past 12 months? 1. Yes (Go to A06)
2. No (Go to A05)
A05 Where else have you lived?
A06 When did you move to this estate?
A07 What is your highest level of education attained to date? 1. No formal education
2. Incomplete primary school
3. Completed primary
4. Incomplete secondary school
5. Completed secondary
6. College/university
7. No answer
A08 Who is the head of this household? 1. Spouse
2. Self
3. Father
4. Mother
5. Other (Specify)

Long term Outcome 3.2: Adolescent girls and young women living in informal urban settlements experience a
reduction in levels of violence, abuse, discrimination and stigmatization and have improved access to the services
they require to live with dignity
PART B: RESPONDENTS RELATIONSHIP STATUS

Question Response Comments

Are you at the moment married, living together or involved


B0 1. CurrentlyMarried B04
in a relationship with a man without living together?
1
IF NEEDED PROBE: such as a regular boyfriend or a fianc? 2. LivingWithMan,NOTMarried B04
3. CurrentlyHavingaRegularPartner(Involvedina
Relationship),WithoutLivingTogether
4. NotCurrentlyMarriedorLivingWithaMan,Not
B04
InvolvedInARelationshipWithAMan
Previously were you married, living together or involved in a
B0 1. Previouslymarried
relationship with a man without living together?
2
2. Previouslylivingwithman,notmarried
MARK ONLY THE ONE OPTION THAT APPLIES TO THE MOST
RECENT RELATIONSHIP 3. Previouslyhavingaregularpartner(involvedina
relationship),withoutlivingtogether
4. Nevermarriedorlivingwithamanandnever N01
involvedinarelationshipwithaman
Did your last partnership with a man end in divorce or
B0 1. Divorced
separation, or did your husband/partner die?
3
2. Separated/broken up

3. Widowed/partner died

4. Dont know/dont remember

5. Refused/no answer
In your life, how many times have you been married and/or
B0 1. Married
lived together with a man and/or had a relationship with a
4
man? Numberoftimes..................................................[][]
INCLUDE CURRENT PARTNER COUNT EVERY PERSON ONLY 2. Livingwithman,notmarried
ONCE, ACCORDING TO MOST RECENT SITUATION
Numberoftimes..................................................[][]
3. RegularPartnerWithoutLivingTogether
NumberOfTimes................................................[][]

PART C: PARTNER VIOLENCE

READ TO RESPONDENT:
When two people marry or live together, they usually share both good and bad moments. I would now like to ask you
some questions about how your current (or most recent) husband/partner treats (treated) you. If anyone interrupts us, I
will change the topic of conversation.

At some time in your


Has he done these to you in the last 12
life
months? If yes, would you say that this
has happened once, a few times or
many times?
Has a husband or partner done the following things to you: Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
answer r
C01: Controlling Behaviour
a. Tries to keep you from seeing your friends?
b. Tries to restrict contact with your family of birth?
c. Insists on knowing where you are at all times?
d. Ignores you and treats you indifferently?
e. Gets angry if you speak with another man?
f. Is often suspicious that you are unfaithful?
g. Expects you to ask his permission before seeking health care
for yourself?
C02: Emotional/Psychological Abuse Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
answer r
a. Insulted you or made you feel bad about yourself?
b. Belittled or humiliated you in front of other people?
c. Done things to scare or intimidate you on purpose (e.g. by
the way he looked at you, by yelling and smashing things)?
d. Verbally threatened to hurt you or someone you care about?
e. Insulted you or made you feel bad about yourself?
C03: Physical Violence: Has he Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
answer r
a. Slapped you or thrown something at you that could hurt you?
b. Pushed you or shoved you or pulled your hair?
c. Hit you with his fist or with anything else that could hurt you?
d. Kicked you, dragged you or beat you up?
e. Choked or burnt you on purpose?
f. Threatened with or actually used a gun, knife or other weapon
against you?
C04: Sexual Violence: Did your current or most recent Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
husband/partner.. answer r
a. Ever force you to have sexual intercourse when you did not
want to?
b. Ever force you to do something else sexual that you did not
want or that you found degrading or humiliating?
c. Did you ever have sexual intercourse you did not want to
because you were afraid of what your (current or most recent)
husband/partner might do?
PART D: VIOLENCE BY FORMER PARTNER

READ TO RESPONDENT:
I would now like to ask you some questions about how (any of) your previous husband/partner treated you (any partner
that you may have had before the partner that we just talked about).

At some time in your


Has he done these to you in the last 12
life
months? If yes, would you say that this
has happened once, a few times or
many times?
Did your former a husband or partner do the following Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
things to you: answer r
C01: Controlling Behaviour
h. Tried to keep you from seeing your friends?
i. Tried to restrict contact with your family of birth?
j. Insisted on knowing where you are at all times?
k. Ignored you and treats you indifferently?
l. Got angry if you speak with another man?
m. Was often suspicious that you are unfaithful?
n. Expected you to ask his permission before seeking health care
for yourself?
C02: Emotional/Psychological Abuse Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
answer r
f. Insulted you or made you feel bad about yourself?
g. Belittled or humiliated you in front of other people?
h. Done things to scare or intimidate you on purpose (e.g. by
the way he looked at you, by yelling and smashing things)?
i. Verbally threatened to hurt you or someone you care about?
j. Insulted you or made you feel bad about yourself?
C03: Physical Violence: Did he Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
answer r
g. Slapped you or thrown something at you that could hurt you?
h. Pushed you or shoved you or pulled your hair?
i. Hit you with his fist or with anything else that could hurt you?
j. Kicked you, dragged you or beat you up?
k. Choked or burnt you on purpose?
l. Threatened with or actually used a gun, knife or other weapon
against you?
C04: Sexual Violence: Did your former husband/partner.. Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
answer r
d. Ever force you to have sexual intercourse when you did not
want to?
e. Ever force you to do something else sexual that you did not
want or that you found degrading or humiliating?
f. Did you ever have sexual intercourse you did not want to
because you were afraid of what your (current or most recent)
husband/partner might do?

PART E: VIOLENCE IN PUBLIC SPACES

READ TO RESPONDENT:
I would now like to ask you some questions about how other people (other than your partner) may have treated you
within your area of residence.

At some time in your


Has he done these to you in the last 12
life
months? If yes, would you say that this
has happened once, a few times or
many times?
Has somebody who is not your husband/partner done the Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
following things to you: answer r
C03: Physical Violence: Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
answer r
m. Slapped you or thrown something at you that could hurt you?
n. Pushed you or shoved you or pulled your hair?
o. Hit you with his fist or with anything else that could hurt you?
p. Kicked you, dragged you or beat you up?
q. Choked or burnt you on purpose?
r. Threatened with or actually used a gun, knife or other weapon
against you?
C04: Sexual Violence: Yes No No Neve Once A few Many
answer r
g. Ever force you to have sexual intercourse when you did not
want to?
h. Ever force you to do something else sexual that you did not
want or that you found degrading or humiliating?

PART F: DISCRIMINATION AND STIGMATIZATION


Indicator 3.2.2: Average level of gender based discrimination experienced in public speheres and in the HH by
target women and girls
Indicator 3.2.3: Average level of social stigmatization (GBV and HIV) experienced in public spheres and in the
household by target women and girls
The following questions are asked of women who have responded yes to any of the questions in Parts C, D and E.
For each of the following, tell me if this has happened in the past 12 months to you. Yes No No
answ
er
I lost my housing because of the violence
People avoided me because of the violence.
I lost my job or people would no longer buy from me because of the violence
I was encouraged to keep the violent experience a secret.
I was told to forget about the violence and go on with my life.
Friends treated me differently because of the violence.
My biological family members treated me differently because of the violence.
Members of my husbands family treated me differently because of the violence
People refused to bear witness/speak for me in taking my case to the police or chief.
I was not included or invited to neighbourhood gatherings and activities because of the violence.
I avoided people because I thought they might look down on someone with these experiences.

Asked of all men and women


People respond differently to a woman who has been physically or sexually abused.
For each of the following, tell me if this has happened in the past 6 months to someone No
in your neighborhood. yes no answ
er
25.The woman lost housing
26.The woman was avoided by people
27.The woman lost her job or people would no longer buy from her
28.The woman was encouraged to keep the experience a secret
29.The woman was told to forget about it and go on with her life
30. Friends treated the woman differently
31.Biological family members treated the woman differently
32.Members of the husbands family treated the woman differently
33.People refused to bear witness/speak for the woman in taking her case to the police or
chief
34.The woman was not included or invited to neighbourhood gatherings and activities
35.The woman avoided people because she thought they might look down on someone
with these experiences

PART F: REPORTING VIOLENCE AND SERVICES


This question should only be asked of women who have reported experiencing physical or sexual violence perpetrated by any partner.
You should be referring here to the husband/partners acts. Since you should not use the word violence if needed you should go
back to previous answers and remind her of the specific acts she herself has mentioned. Ask her who she has ever told about the
behaviour of her partner that you have talked about.

Yes No No answer
F01: Did you tell anyone about these experiences with your partner?
Who did you tell? Yes No No answer
i. A woman in your family
ii. A man in your family
iii. A female friend
iv. A male friend
v. The police
vi. A counsellor
vii. An NGO/Womens Organization
viii. A community activist, or paralegal
ix. Someone at a health centre or hospital
x. A religious leader
xi. A community health volunteer.
F02: If yes, were satisfied with the service(s) provided by: Satisfied Not Satisfied Not resolved
i. The community health volunteer?
ii. The police
iii. Religious leader
iv. The health centre
v. The local leader (e.g. chief)
vi. NGO/Womens Organization
vii. community activist, or paralegal

NTF Outcome Indicator 3.2: Proportion of target adolescent girls and young women who are survivors/at risk of
VAWG who express satisfaction with the quality and availability of services that address their specific needs in their
locality

READ TO RESPONDENT:
Girls/women who experience some of the acts we have discussed may require certain services that address their needs.
I would now like you to tell me some of the services that are available within your locality and whether you are
satisfied with their extent of availability as well as their quality

Please tell me about the services that are available in your Availab Not Satisfied with Satisfied with
locality that address the needs of girls/women who experience le availab availability quality
the acts we have discussed? le
Yes No Yes No
i. General medical care
ii. Reproductive health services and supplies like birth
control and sanitary supplies
iii. Police
iv. Legal aid
v. Psychosocial assistance (counselling)
vi. Safe spaces or shelters
vii. Crisis hotlines
viii. Support groups
ix. Income generating activities
x. Training on crisis prevention skills and self defense
The law forbids Do you know Do you know a
The next set of questions asks whether certain this/ someone in your community leader
actions are illegal and whether people have neighborhood who has helped
taken action with respect to these who reported women/children
this experience who experience
to the police? this?/ Je,
Yes No No Yes No No Yes No No
answe answe answe
r r r
36.A husband hits, kicks, or beats his wife
37.A husband threatens to harm his wife
38.A parent physically punishes their child
39.A husband forces his wife to have sexual
intercourse
40.A husband throws out or tries to sell his wifes
things
41.A husband doesnt give his wife money for food,
rent, medical needs, childrens expenses, or school
fees.
42.A husband refuses to let his wife seek employment
or engage in an income-generating activity
43.A parent takes their daughter for FGM
44.A man forces a woman (who is not his wife) to
have sexual intercourse

IN THE PAST 6 MONTHS HAVE YOU YES NO NO


ANSWER
45.Spoken to a group of people in your neighbourhood about any of these issues?
46.Spoken up in defence of a woman who experienced any of these things
47.Advised or assisted a woman to get help after any of these things?
48. Participated in community action to address violence against women or children?

Indicator 3.2.1: Average level of perceived safety from GBV in public spheres and in the household among target
women and girls

Safety in Public Spaces: I will ask you some questions about this community. For each question, could you
please say to what extent the statement describes you not at all, a little, a good bit, or a lot? Remember you are
free to not answer any question that you dont want to.
To what extent do the sentences below 1. Not 2. A 3. A 4. A 1. Dont
describe you? at all little good lot know/pref
bit er not to
say
i. Public spaces indicator ranked No. 1
ii. Public spaces indicator ranked No. 2
iii. Public spaces indicator ranked No. 3
iv. Public spaces indicator ranked No. 4
v. Public spaces indicator ranked No. 5

Safety at Home: I will ask you some questions about life in your home. For each question, could you please say
to what extent the statement describes you not at all, a little, a good bit, or a lot? Remember you are free to not
answer any question that you dont want to.
To what extent do the sentences below 1. Not 2. A 3. A 4. A 1. Dont
describe you? at little good lot know/pref
all bit er not to
say
vi. Home spaces indicator ranked No. 1
vii. Home spaces indicator ranked No. 2
viii. Home spaces indicator ranked No. 3
ix. Home spaces indicator ranked No. 4
x. Home spaces indicator ranked No. 5
Outcome 1: Levels of economic and personal power among adolescent girls and young women
Immediate outcome 3.1.3.3: Impoverished, vulnerable and/or marginalized adolecent girls and young women are
more financially independent and have increased levels of economic security, particularly in inoformal urban
settlements

Indicator 1.1: Adolescent girls and young women are willing to say no and/or know how to report any experience of
unwanted sexual activity
Indicator 3.1.3.3.1: Proportion of target women and girls who have their own source of income and/or assets
As women/Girl what were your important sources of income in the last 12 months that you can rely on?
Source of income Was this your own/ joint If Yes was it a new Based to your experience, is
source of income in the Activity since last 12 this activity a reliable source
past 12 months? months or ongoing of income you wish to
1= own source of income activity? continue with in the future?
2= joint source of income 1=Yes 1=Yes
3= Not a source of income 2=No 2=No
3=NA 3=NA
Selling agriculture
produce (vegetable
excluded)
Selling vegetable
produce
Selling own livestock
Business
Selling Hand craft and
other arts activities
Selling property (own
land, house, etc.)
Salary for regular wage
Casual labour
Benefit from
Cooperatives
Loan and other benefits
from saving and Loan
Groups
Others1:
Others 2:

Indicator 3.1.3.3.2: Proportion of targeted women and girls who are able to meet their basic needs on a monthly
basis
B1 What do you consider to be your basic needs in this household
1 Food |____|
2 Water |____|
3 Health |____|
4 Education |____|
5 Housing |____|
6 Clothing
B2 Of the basic needs you have mentioned, which ones were you unable to adequately
access/have/undertake in the last one month?
1 Food |____|
2 Water |____|
3 Health |____|
4 Education
5 Housing
6 Clothing
Outome Indicator 1.3: Level of understanding and knowledge of labour rights in the informal sector and key
vocational skills among adolescent girls at risk of violence, HIV and/or with disabilities
CRF Indicator 3.2.1.1 Number of targeted women and girls who report taking action to start a business or find a job
CRF Indicator 3.2.2.1 Number of targeted women and girls who report that they feel supported by community
members to engage in economic activities
CRF Indicator 3.2.3.1 Number of targeted women and girls who have increased levels of saving and credit
No. Question Response

Is there anyone in this HH who has been 1 = Yes; 2 = No


C9 involved in community groups
(IF NO, proceed to C19)
associations etc.?

C10 If yes (to the above question), what kind 1 = Farmers Cooperative society,
of an association or group is the member
2 = Merry-go-round
a part of?
3 = Village Savings & Loans Association (VSLA)/ SILC
4 = Pastoralist or Farmer Field Schools
5 = Livestock Production Group
6=Crop production
7 = Bee keeping
Other (specify)____________________

C11 How many people are members of the C11 _________Men; C12:_________Women; -9 (Not applicable)
group

C13 How much money have you (respondent) KShs|___|___|___|___| -9 (Not applicable)
saved with the group to date (record 0 if
none)

C14 How much money have you (respondent) KShs|___|___|___|___| -9 (Not applicable)
No. Question Response

borrowed from the group to date (record


0 if none)

C15 How much has your group saved to date KShs|___|___|___|___| -9 (Not applicable)
(record 0 if none)

C16 How much has your group loaned out to KShs|___|___|___|___| -9 (Not applicable)
date (record 0 if none)

C17 In general, what is the rate of loan 1 = Excellent (all repay) 2 = Very Good (most repay) 3 =
repayment by members during normal Average (about 50% repayment) 4 = Poor (less than 50% repay)
(good seasons) 5= Very Poor (Most do not repay) 6 = N/A

C18 In general, what is the rate of loan 1 = Excellent (all repay) 2 = Very Good (most repay) 3 =
repayment by members during Lean Average (about 50% repayment) 4 = Poor (less than 50% repay)
(drought seasons) 5= Very Poor (Most do not repay) 6 = N/A

C19 Have you saved other monies elsewhere? 1 = Yes; 2 = No; if NO, skip to C22

C20 If yes, with whom/where do you save the 1 = Mpesa (Mshwari/KCB); 2 = SACCO; 3 = Commercial Banks; 4
money = Micro-finance (e.g. KWFT); 5 = Homebank

C21 If yes, how much are these savings KShs|___|___|___|___|

C22 In the past 3 months, have you lent 1 = Yes; 2 = No


anyone any money

C23 If yes, how much did you lend out? KShs|___|___|___|___|

CRF Indicator 3.2.4.1 Number of targeted women and girls who have applied for government social protection and
investment funds
IAPF Indicator3.1.1 Average level of impact on formal/informal decision making structures reported by targeted
women and girls

The following question is asked of women


Which one of the following structures have you been a member of in the last 12 months?

Do you belong to: Yes No What was your position in this structure?
1. Secretary
2. Chairperson
3. Vice Chairperson
4. Treasurer
5. Other leadership Position (specify)
6. Member
A church committee
Nyumba Kumi committee
Ward Committee
Citizens Accountability Group
Residents Association
School Board/Committee
Community Based Organization
Voluntary Savings and Loan Committee

On average, in the past 12 months, how often did the 1. Once every week
structure meet? (Select one) 2. Once every two weeks
3. Once every month
4. Four times a year
5. Once every years
How would you describe your level of attendance at the 1. Low
structure meetings over the past 12 months? (Select one) 2. Medium
3. High
3.1. In the past 12 months, have you ever spoken at a 1. Yes If No, why not?
meeting of the structure? 2. No
If 3.1 is 3.2. In the past 12 months do you feel that 1. Dont Know If No, why not?
No go to your views were generally listened to in the 2. Yes
3.3 meetings of the structure? 3. No
3.3. In the past 12 months have you put forward any 1. Dont Know If No, why not?
ideas or proposals to the structure? 2. Yes
3. No
If 3.3 is 3.4. Has there been action taken as a result 1. Dont Know
No go to of your ideas and proposals? 2. Yes Yes If Yes, please
3.5 describe
3. No If No, why not?
3.5. In the past 12 months, have you been asked/invited 1. Yes Yes If Yes, please
to represent the structure by attending a decision-making describe
meeting at the [add next/higher level] (replace next with 2. No If No, why not?
relevant level. E.g. District/national)?

IAPF Indicator 3.1.3.1 Average level of self-esteem and confidence reported by targeted women and girls

IAPF Indicator 3.1.3.2 Proportion of targeted women and girls who report that they have a say in household decisions
Women and men in single headed households do not answer the following questions.
In your household, who usually: I make this My husband/ My husband/ No
decision partner & I partner makes answer
on my own together make this decision
this decision
Decides how the money is spent?
Makes decisions about major household
purchases such as land, a car, house, farm?
Makes decisions about where the children go to
school?
In your household, who usually: I pay My husband and I No
together pay My husband answer
pays

Pays for a visit to your biological family or


relatives (your mother, father, sisters,
brothers)?
Pays for a visit to your husband s family or
relatives ?

Outcome 2: The safety and dignity of adolescent girls and young women are supported by positive
transformations in gender norms, attitudes, behaviors and practices that relate to VAW/G within their
community

Indicator 3.2.3.1.2: Proportion of women and men demonstrating positive attitudes towards women
participating in decision-making in public spheres and the household

No. Statement Preference


1 A woman should take good care of her own children and not worry about other Strongly agree
peoples affairs. Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
2 Daughters should not work outside the home after they have children. Strongly agree
Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
3 I feel good/happy when I see women who are leaders in community organizations. Strongly agree
Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
4 Women lack the leadership skills needed to be elected to local government/ Strongly agree
parliament. Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
5 Women should leave politics to men. Strongly agree
Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
6 If a female family member or relative decided to take up a leadership position I Strongly agree
would be supportive of her. Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
7 Women can be leaders of other women and youth but they should not be the Strongly agree
leaders of men Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
8 Even if a woman has as much education, knowledge and skills as a man, a man Strongly agree
would still be a better leader. Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
9 In Kenya, women are already provided equal opportunity with men so there is no Strongly agree
need to consider plans for the advancement of women to involve in decision- Somewhat agree
making and governance. Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
10 As men are the heads of households and breadwinners they should be making Strongly agree
decisions for the family and the community so women do not need to participate Somewhat agree
in decision-making Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know
11 If a woman is a leader it makes her husband seem hen-pecked. Strongly agree
Somewhat agree
Somewhat disagree

Strongly disagree
Dont know

Indicator 3.2.3.1.1 Number of targeted men and women who believe it is wrong to commit violence
against women
In your opinion, is it acceptable for a man to discipline his wife if: Yes No No
answer
24.The wife disobeys the husband
49.The wife accuses the husband of infidelity
50.The wife disrespects the husbands relatives
51.The wife spends a lot of time with friends
52.The wife neglects taking care of the children
53.The wife doesnt complete the household work to the husbands satisfaction
54.The wife refuses to have sex with the husband
55.The husband finds out the wife has been unfaithful
56.The husband is angry with the wife
In your opinion is it acceptable for a married woman Yes No No
answer
57.To refuse to have sex with her husband
58.To leave a husband who beats her
59.To take her children when she leaves a husband who beats her
In your opinion, is it acceptable for a man to: Yes No No
answer
60.Refuse to pay school fees for some of the children in the household?
61.Force his wife to have sex

Outcome Indicator 2.2: Proportion of targeted community members who demonstrate knowledge of what
constitutes VAW/G
The following question is asked of men and women respondents. For the second part of the question, the
interviewer poses asked the question then allows the respondent to mention as the interviewer checks against the
listed forms violence as mentioned by the respondent. (NOTE: The interviewer should not use the response prompts
listed in the table)
Do you understand what violence against women/girls is? If yes, what are some of the acts that would constitute
violence against women/girls? (What would you consider as violence against women/girls?)

Indicator 3.2.3: Level of social stigmatization (GBV and/or HIV) experienced by target women and girls (However,
the UNTF indicator is specific to AGYW with HIV and disabilities)
People with HIV have different experiences. Tell me if any of Someone in my Someone in my
these have happened to someone in your household, or to household neighbourhood
someone in your neighborhood. experienced this experienced this
In the past 6 months Yes No NO YES NO NO
ANSWE ANSWE
R R
62.A man with HIV was abandoned by his partner
63.A woman with HIV was abandoned by her partner
64.A person with HIV was neglected
65.There was shame because a family member had HIV
66.People didnt associate with someone with HIV because having HIV is
shameful
67.A person with HIV felt ashamed, guilty and felt they deserved to be
punished
68.A person with HIV was denied health services because of their HIV
status
69.A person with HIV challenged others who stigmatized or
discriminated against them

The following are asked ONLY of women recruited because they are participating in an HIV support group Yes in a=3.
HIV support members

Have you experienced any of the following in the past 6 months Yes No NO
ANSWER
W38. I was abandoned by my husband or partner
W39. I was neglected
W40. My family experienced shame because I have HIV
W41. People didnt associate with me because having HIV is shameful
W42. I felt ashamed, guiltyand felt I deserved to be punished because of HIV
W43. I was denied health services because of my HIV status
W44. I challenged others who stigmatized or discriminated against me because
of my HIV status

The following are asked of everyone.

Have you done any of the following in the past 6 months? Yes No No
answer
70.I spoke to a group of people in my neighbourhood about HIV.
71.I spoke up in defence of someone who was being treated poorly because they
were HIV positive
72.I advised or assisted someone with HIV to get help or treatment
73.I participated in community action to improve the lives of people with HIV

Outcome 3:Capacity of front-line service providers to effectively identify, prevent and respond to risks
posed by violence and abuse against adolescent girls and young women in the community

IAPF Indicator 3.2.4.1: Proportion of target girls and women who express satisfaction with the quality and
availability of services that address their specific needs in their locality
CRF Indicator 3.2.4.1.1 Number of targeted girls and young women who express satisfaction with HIV and SGBV
services

Outcome 4 : Capacity of community members and duty bearers at county level to influence and
implement laws, policies and plans to protect adolescent girls and young women from violence, abuse,
discrimination and stigmatization

CRF Indicator 3.2.2.5.1 Number of actions taken by targeted women and girls to influence County government
legislation, policy and/or budgets