HIV/AIDS, change in sexual behaviour and community attitudes in Uganda
The spread of HIV/AIDS is mostly through sexual intercourse and is largely influenced by behaviour and attitude. Data based on a sample of 1797 households are used to study changes in sexual behaviour and attitudes towards sickness and death in Ugandan communities, which were due to the realization that too many deaths were occurring in the community. Positive behaviour and attitudes include willingness to use condoms and go for HIV tests. Reasons for willingness and reluctance to test for HIV...[Show more]
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