Looft, Fred J.
Ms. Frieda Shimbuli
This report focuses on the evaluation of the HIV Prevention Program at the Polytechnic of Namibia. We determined the university follows 19 out of 20 international best practices in HIV/AIDS prevention. These practices are shown to have a major impact, however because of poor visibility, the program's effectual messages are not being fully delivered. Our recommendations are made to help the Polytechnic of Namibia to increase its influence so that it can become a leader in the international university response to HIV/AIDS.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
President's IQP Award, Second Place
Interactive Qualifying Project
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Electrical and Computer Engineering