Intervention strategies suggested by the Nigerian segment of the SAREC program on sexual networking, STDs and AIDS
The primary purpose of this paper is to survey the behavioural findings of the Nigerian program and to draw conclusions about the most needed interventions, and those most likely to be successful, in combating sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS. The emphasis is on the reduction of transmission of these diseases, partly because the number of Nigerian AIDS cases is as yet much smaller than was feared when the research program began. The Nigerian program began in 1989. It has always had...[Show more]
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