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Research data: TANZANIA
2015 'We keep her status to ourselves': experiences of stigma and discrimination among HIV-discordant couples in South Africa, Tanzania and Ukraine
In HIV-discordant relationships, the HIV-negative partner also carries the burden of a stigmatised disease. For this reason, couples often h...
2013 Comparing the job satisfaction and intention to leave of different categories of health workers in Tanzania, Malawi, and South Africa
Background: Job satisfaction is an important determinant of health worker motivation, retention, and performance, all of which are critical ...
2013 Reported physical and sexual abuse in childhood and adult HIV risk behaviour in three African countries: findings from Project Accept (HPTN-043)
Childhood sexual and physical abuse have been linked to adolescent and adult risky sexual behaviors, including early sexual debut, an increa...