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Research data: HIV/AIDS PREVALENCE
2014 Perceptions about the acceptability and prevalence of HIV testing and factors influencing them in different communities in South Africa
HIV counselling and testing (HCT) is considered important because it is an entry point to a comprehensive continuum of care for HIV/AIDS. T...
2014 Lower HIV prevalence and increased risk behaviours among Gauteng provincial government employees: a policy brief
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2012 Mid-term qualitative assessment of participants' experiences and perceptions of community dialogues as a way to discuss and affect concurrent sexual partnership practices in Lesotho: an executive summary
The HIV prevalence rate among adults aged 15-49 in Lesotho was estimated at 23.2% in 2008 (Khobotle et al, 2009), making it the third highes...Download this report
2012 Qualitative interviews with mentor mothers living with HIV: potential impacts of role and coping strategies
In South Africa where HIV prevalence is high, mentor mother programmes have been used to promote the health and wellbeing of women enrolled ...