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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: FAMILY PARTICIPATION
2005 Containment and contagion: how to strengthen families to support youth HIV prevention in South Africa
There has been little research done in South Africa that investigates how families nested within communities can be strengthened to support ...
The first line of defence against the AIDS pandemic is in the home. The authors present the results of a new strategy to help parents stren...Download this report
Developing programs that significantly improve the lives of individual children and families affected by HIV/AIDS is relatively easy with en...Download this report
Recent data indicate that the worldwide rate of HIV infection in adolescents is steadily increasing. Internationally, more than 7000 youths...