2Objectives Did the messages reach the recipients? Did the messages have any impact?Were there other channels of information?Were there any problems with the leaflets?Was the inclusion of HIV/AIDS leaflets acceptable and effective?
3Did packs contain leaflets? Pack with leaflets (%)Pack without leaflets(%)Don’t knowMen76204Women7911
4received in good condition Condition of leafletLeafletreceived in good condition(%)Leaflet damagedMen7030Women7129
5The message SP TIP Fertilizer: full bottle top Ridge spacing: 90cmIntercropping with legume recommendedRecommendation for planting maize and beans on same dayUse of hybrid maize seedNo maize recycling recommendedTIPFertilizer: half bottle topRidge spacing: 75cmMonocropping recommendedNo recommendation for simultaneous plantingUse of OPVRecycling of maize seed recommended
11Problems with the leaflet LiteracyNumeracyShapes and sizesUnits of measurementConflict with traditional practices90cm vs 75 cm between ridges
12Recommendations Deliver packs on time Alert farmers on contents of packs:
13Recommendations (Cont’d) Describe fertilizer in terms of function or texture:Basal = wokulitsa (for growth)Urea = wobereketsa (for yield)Basal = wachitowe (coarse texture)Urea = washuga (fine like sugar)Use of anthropometric illustrations:
20Suggestions for leaflets Pictures of people suffering from HIV/AIDSHow to properly use a condomThe advantages of abstinenceSymptoms of HIV/AIDS sufferersHow to take care of sufferers in a familyEncourage testing for HIV/AIDSEncourage openness on HIV/AIDS discussionsCondemnation of practice of chokolo