Ms Zama Kose

DEPARTMENT: HIV/AIDS, STIs and TB (HAST)
TELEPHONE: +27 (041 393 9515
EMAIL: zkose@hsrc.ac.za
Recent

What works to achieve good outcomes in HIV and AIDS workplace initiatives: Cote d'Ivoire country report

Since 2001, the International Labour Organization (ILO) Programme on HIV & AIDS and the World of Work (ILO/AIDS) and its partners have supported Minis....

What works to achieve good outcomes in HIV and AIDS workplace initiatives: Namibia country report

This report brings together practical examples of workplaces that have made a difference in achieving good outcomes through their HIV and AIDS workpla....

Effective responses to HIV and AIDS at work: A multi-country study in Africa

This report, Effective responses to HIV and AIDS at work: A multi-country study in Africa, is the International Labour Office's answer to requests fro....

Rapid review of the selected retailers in implementing HIV and AIDS workplace and outreach programme

The aim of this study was to conduct a rapid review of the existing HIV and AIDS Wellness Workplace and Community Outreach programmes (workplace respo....

Elements of condom-use decision making among South African men who have sex with men

South African men who have sex with men (MSM) are at increased risk for HIV infection, and male condoms are fundamental to HIV prevention programs. We....

Social and health determinants of gender differences in disability amongst older adults in South Africa

There has been an unprecedented increase in population ageing resulting in the increase in prevalence of various health conditions, including disabili....

Self-reported prevalence of chronic non-communicable diseases and associated factors among older adults in South Africa

Little is known about the prevalence and predictors of chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) of older adults in South Africa. This study aims to in....

Self-rated health and associated factors among older South Africans: evidence from the study on global ageing and adult health

Background: Population ageing has become significant in South African society, increasing the need to improve understandings of health and well-being ....

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 highest in the w....

Community dialogues as a method to discuss and reduce multiple concurrent partnerships in Lesotho: executive summary

HIV prevalence among adults ages 15-9 in Lesotho was estimated at 23.2 percent in 2008, the third highest in the world. That year, an estimated 270,00....

Report on HIV risk factors among infants in the Joe Gqabi health district of the eastern Cape province

The risk factors associated with non-vertical transmission of HIV/AIDS have not been identified conclusively, and further empirical research is needed....

Are we turning the tide on HIV/AIDS?: the social, political and economic landscape of HIV prevention and response in sub-Saharan Africa: 6th SAHARA conference 2011 report

The conference addressed a critical question: "Are we turning the tide on HIV and AIDS? The social, political and economic landscape of HIV/AIDS". A r....

Pregnancy intentions and safer pregnancy knowledge among female sex workers in Port Elizabeth, South Africa

To assess the association between human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and pregnancy intentions and safer conception knowledge among female sex workers ....

Engagement in the HIV care cascade and barriers to antiretroviral therapy uptake among female sex workers in Port Elizabeth, South Africa: findings from a respondent-driven sampling study

Female sex workers (FSWs) are disproportionately affected by HIV, even in the context of broadly generalised HIV epidemics such as South Africa. This ....