Sexual networking in Freetown against the background of the AIDS epidemic
West Africa, since the discovery of the HIV virus, has remained relatively unperturbed by the attendant AIDS epidemic sweeping through the other portions of the continent south of Sahara. The low level, of both the reported and the diagnosed cases of the epidemic at the onset, seem to explain the initial lukewarm and sometimes cynical attitude on the part of both the government and the populace. In recent times, however, emerging revelations from research on sexual behaviour in the region seem...[Show more]
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