HIV self-testing for partners of women attending antenatal care in Central region, Uganda: uptake and linkage to care
Wanyenze et al.
Type of approach
Type of assistance
General population: Partners and family members of pregnant women attending antenatal care
UNAIDS HIV prevalence (2017)
7.1 [6.6 - 7.7]
Cluster-randomized controlled trial, with mixed methods; two-arm cluster randomized controlled trial. Arm 1 (standard of care): current practice (education for women to encourage their partners to test for HIV) and Arm 2 (Intervention): HIVST kits offered to antenatal care clients for partner and other family members. Cluster will be a clinic day (120 clusters overall); structured interviews among men and women at 1- and 3-months. Qualitative data analysis using in-depth interviews with men, women and select family members. Scheduled data collection to begin April 2016.
Summary of findings
Willingness to pay
Willingness to pay details
Linkage to prevention, care and treatment