Socio-economic determinants of HIV serostatus: a study of Rakai District, Uganda
The objective of the study was to establish the extent to which socio-economic status affects the acquisition of HIV. Data were collected in 1992 from 1784 respondents in Rakai district by the Rakai Project, with results for HIV serology and information on demographic, socio-economic and some behavioural variables. Level of education and urban residence were positively significantly related to HIV status both at bivariate and multivariate levels. Household wealth status was positively...[Show more]
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