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Brochure MI+ Bangladesh

Pam Baatsen, Anke van der Kwaak

Exploring new ways of improving sexual health and wellbeing of young MSM in Bangladesh through a Motivational Intervention (MI+) approach

The Motivational Intervention (MI+) approach aimed to build the capacity of health providers and peer educators to elicit and strengthen young MSM’s motivation for change through four consecutive rounds of training, and a continuous process of mentoring and coaching. This document shares findings from the operational research in Bangladesh which looked at the effectiveness of the approach as well as experiences from the field

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