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Friday 1st May 2009

The report presents findings of the evaluation of Waverley Care’s HIV Awareness campaign which was targeted at African communities in Glasgow.

The report presents findings of the evaluation of Waverley Care’s HIV Awareness campaign which was targeted at African communities in Glasgow. The campaign was run by Waverley Care’s African Health project which had opened in Glasgow in June 2006. The campaign operated during the later months of 2007 and culminated in an African evening held in December 2007.

The aim of the evaluation was ‘to evaluate the planning and delivery of Waverley Care’s campaign to increase HIV awareness and the benefits of early testing to the African community in Scotland’. The main focus within this was to find out what GPs, community stakeholders and African people felt about the campaign and the issues with which it was concerned. The evaluation was conducted between June 2007 and April 2008, by the University of Edinburgh.

See attachment for full report.