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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SEXUAL ABSTINENCE
The goals of the five-year Abstinence and Be Faithful Among Youth (ABY) project were to bolster abstinence, faithfulness and the avoidance o...
2011 Let's talk about sex: giving children knowledge is giving them power; the power to make better decicions about sex
Children and young people lack accurate and comprehensive knowledge of HIV and how to avoid its sexual transmission. The silence around sexu...Download this report
2008 Combining and adapting American school-based alcohol and HIV prevention programmes in South Africa: the HAPS project
Adolescents in South Africa are at particularly high risk for HIV as well as other sexually transmitted infections. Because rates are so hi...