Ubuntu-Hunhu Action Research Project
The Ubuntu-Hunhu Action Research Project was a unique piece of research carried out both with and for Africans affected by HIV in Hertfordshire.
The results of the research have provided, and will continue to provide, enormous benefit to the future strategic planning of service delivery on many health and social care fronts for the African population in the County and beyond.
The hard-copy of the full report is available on request from The Crescent, or you can download a PDF version by clicking here.
A two-page summary of the report is also available on request, or by clicking here to download a copy.
Please do not hestitate to email us for more information.
We have recently launched the Ubuntu-Hunhu Evaluation Report in May 2009 - click here to download a PDF>>
BASSLINE 2007 survey
The aim of the survey is to develop an evidence base of the HIV prevention needs of African adults living in England to inform national interventions and aid regional and local HIV prevention planning. More than 4000 valid surveys were analyzed. Bass Line 2007 findings have been presented at a range of conferences and meetings, tailored to meet the needs of a wide range of users including commissioners, service providers, and researchers. Academic journal articles that explore particular findings in greater detail are currently being prepared.
Bass Line 2007 final report
The final report is available free in printed or PDF format. It includes descriptions of how the survey was undertaken, those who took part, and outlines findings pertaining to sexual and HIV testing behaviours and HIV prevention need within this population.
Bass Line 2007 local area reports:
Local area data reports are available free as PDFs. These summarise the key data for residents of each English Strategic Health Authority (SHA) and Primary Care Trusts within them.