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HIV/AIDS Prevention Interventions in Uganda: A Policy Simulation

"The HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to be a major health challenge in Uganda. The adult HIV/AIDS prevalence rate had increased to 7.3 percent by 2011 from 6.4 percent in 2005/6. Consequently, understanding the programmes that can curb down the spread o…

HIV/AIDS and Militaries in Africa

A range of military experts, civil society representatives, academics and policymakers from 28 African governments, Regional Economic Communities, the African Union and the United Nations contributed to the findings covered in this report. It addre…

Cost-benefit Analysis of Providing HIV Prevention and Treatment Services to Female Sex Workers in Malawi

Malawi has made significant progress in the fight against HIV and AIDS. 90% of those living with HIV know their status and have been initiated on ART and 95% of pregnant women are screened for infection. Despite these notable successes, stemming new…

Cost-benefit Analysis of Expanding HIV Prevention and Treatment Services to Female Sex Workers in Malawi

Malawi has made many notable accomplishments in addressing the burden of HIV and AIDS. According to the Global Burden of Disease new cases have been dropping considerably since a peak in 1993 of 130,000, down to an estimated 32,300 new cases in 2019…

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