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2020 Navigating agency: adolescents' challenging dating violence towards gender equitable relationships in a South African township.

Intimate partner violence among adolescents is a result of gender and sexual inequitable norms. South African studies note the high prevalen...

2020 Things less spoken: HIV research with adolescent boys and young men Implications for theory, policy and practice

There is an increasing acknowledgement that men and boys must be better engaged in HIV prevention and treatment initiatives. Improving men's...

2020 Closing the gap in programming for adolescents living with HIV in eastern and southern Africa: the role of social protection in positive prevention

The Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) region has a high burden of HIV and AIDS, with an estimated 19.6 million people living with the virus ...

2019 Nurses' perceptions of adolescents accessing and utilizing sexual and reproductive healthcare services in Cape Town, South Africa: A qualitative study

In Sub-Saharan Africa access to and utilization of sexual and reproductive healthcare is unsatisfactory. Consequently, rates of teenage preg...