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Table 2 Before and after a targeted intervention: comparisons of knowledge, HIV sexual risk behaviors and practices

From: Scaling up combined community-based HIV prevention interventions targeting truck drivers in Morocco: effectiveness on HIV testing and counseling

  2007 2012  
   Exposed to the intervention  
   Never Once Twice or more Total p* P**
(n = 210) (n = 63) (n = 180)
Knowledge of HIV prevention methods 38.8% 59.0% 71.4% 79.4% 68.6% <10 −3 <10 −3
Condom use during the most recent sexual encounter with a sex worker 35.5% 40.5% 68.3% 78.5% 60.3% <10 −3 0.34
Systematic condom use with a sex worker in the previous 12 months 12.8% 10.5% 19.0 35.0 21.4% <10 −3 0.38
Voluntary HIV testing and counselling in the previous 12 months 4.3% 6.7% 27.0% 57.8% 29.6% <10 −3 0.20
Knowledge of non-AIDS STI symptoms (men) 24.6% 25.7% 31.7% 36.7% 30.7% 0.02 0.75
Knowledge of non-AIDS STI symptoms (women) 13.4% 9.5% 14.3% 20.0% 14.2% 0.03 0.15
Knowledge that the results of HIV test would remain confidential 23.3% 75.1% 83.9% 92.2% 83.2% <10 −3 <10 −3
  1. *General comparison.
  2. **Comparison between 2007 and unexposed in 2012.