A Longitudinal Qualitative Evaluation of an Economic and Social Empowerment Intervention to Reduce Girls’ Vulnerability to HIV in Rural Mozambique
- Longitudinal qualitative data revealed some promising effects of the intervention on outcomes.
- Findings illustrated potential pathways from intervention to reductions in HIV vulnerability.
- Programs serving vulnerable girls need to address potential harms of the intervention.
- We demonstrate the value of using mixed-methods for programmatic evaluations to better understand intervention effects.