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Stigma Community Response Baseline (SCOR-B) - Key findings - Belize

9/4/2012 2:54:48 PM
Overview : Download the presentation of the SCOR-B findings in Belize
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The findings were presented at the opening ceremony of National Stigma and discrimination conference held in Belize on 28th and 29th August 2012 and funded by PASCA USAID.

View the video -  Hosts of "open your eyes"  on Channel five discuss the  findings and implications for actions with the RSDU  Senior  Technical Associate and community member of the RSDU media communications team (MCT). View the archive on  Open Your Eyes (September 3, 2012) from Great Belize Productions Ltd. on Vimeo.

 

Document/Manual/Report/ppt :
Arrow SCOR_B Belize powerpoint of key findings
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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