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Wegen AIDS Talkline Quarterly Callers Data

Wegen AIDS Talkline’s quarterly data show general callers’ data disaggregated by age, marital status, HIV status, region and topics discussed. However, because the Talkline maintains the anonymity and confidentiality of callers, necessary precautions have been taken to protect the identity of callers during data collection.  In the early years of Wegen AIDS Talkline, the majority of callers were from Addis Ababa, ages between 15-19 and younger than 15 years old. This trend, however, has changed overtime as more and more people became aware of our Talkline services through the various promotional strategies using print media, TV and radio programs. The recruitment of counselors who speak different local languages has also expanded Wegen AIDS Talkline’s reach .

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dagu_promo_bottom Dagu Addis, an entertaining radio program that portrays the challenges young people face in practicing healthy behaviors.
You can tune into Sheger FM 102.1 on Saturdays at 8:30 PM and Tuesdays at 7:30 PM(Repeat). You can also download and or listen to recent episodes from our website.
Fitun Warmline Fitun Warmline is a toll-free telephone information service devoted to answering questions from health care professionals about HIV/AIDS care and treatment.

 

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