Health For All Final Analysis PDF

Such incentives range from pairing empowerment

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Unformatted text preview: ma illustrates the challenge in making certain that current behaviors are changed in order to prevent adverse health outcomes in the future. However, there is no immediate or encouraging feedback to ensure behavior change, therefore, other methods must be implemented to incentivize changes in behavior. In the context of HIV/AIDS prevention, the simple distribution of condoms in attempt to encourage the use of contraceptives to protect against STDs and unwanted pregnancies is an ineffective method of prevention. In order to create effective behavior change, organizations need to address the ingrained impulses that exist within a vulnerable population, and find ways to engage populations in learning to change impulses. Several 4 organizations have recognized the power of long term incentivizing strategies to attract people initially and maintain them through the fruition of long ­term behavioral changes. Such incentives range from pairing empowerment...
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