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RSDU Stigma Outcomes indicator table

7/21/2012 6:04:21 AM
Overview : These are the core indicators designed by te RSDU to measure stigma outcomes following community capacity building and involvement in advocacy action.
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These are the core indicators designed by the RSDU to measure stigma outcomes following community capacity building and involvement in advocacy  action. These indicators  can be measured using SCOR-B questionnaires. Click here to download to your designated downloads folder. We invite you to review, comment and provide feedback. mailto:sadomakoh@aidincorporated.org

Tags; Indicators, Stigma , Framework, research, Survey, SCOR-B

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SCOR-B©  UPDATE

Over the past  18 months,  the staff at the RSDU staff  have  designed and developed  the SCOR-B.  This is the first ever  development of a regionally targeted stigma measure  that considers the context of stigma in the English -speaking Caribbean. it is also the first of such validation   of stigma indicators in the Region. 

The purpose of SCOR-B  is  to provide measures of  stigma  reduction outcomes  within key community groups   resulting from targeted  community based anti - stigma and  human rights interventions.    

The design  phase was supported by an initial scoping exercise in the target countries  while for  the   in the  pilot and testing phase ,  technical  RSDU staff came together with statistical  advisors of the RSDU Technical working group (TWG) to validate the stigma measures  in the region  - pretest  and analyses in one country lasted 3 weeks, validation  exercises  in one country  lasted 3 months and the pilot lasted  2 months.


Review the SCOR_B Stigma Indicators  

Take a  moment  to review  the SCOR- B stigma  outcome indicators for PLHIV, MSM and Sex workers and general community  gate-keeping groups (Community Pivotal Actors).   Just Click on the  'most popular' tab above. We invite you to send ,  comments , questions,  suggestions and feedback  for us to consider as these measures are applied and tested