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This report provides an analysis of the perception of adolescents in Kasese municipality regarding their sexual and reproductive health. The data speaks of the socio-cultural dimension of everyday life of adolescents and explains the basic necessity for not only adolescent-friendly healthcare services but also for an intervention that helps adolescents reflect on the consequences of their risky sexual behaviour by promoting responsible sexual behaviour and condom use.

Doris Burtscher
21/03/2016

This anthropological report informs on the following themes: - HIV/AIDS activities of local stakeholders (district administration, NGOs, communities, support groups) and assess their ability for decentralizing / taking over some parts of MSF’s activities (as information sharing, drug & condom distribution, tracing and peer counselling) - the role of the IEC team and report their challenges as well as their potential for enhancing its health promotion activities.

Paul GROHMA
01/06/2012

Overcome barriers to access to HIV/AIDS care in Homa Bay District The main focus of this phase was to gain an insight into the motivating factors that enable patients to take HIV test early (before they get seriously sick) and compare their health-seeking behavior to the patients that access HIV care with progressed HIV-related symptoms.

Vanja Kovacic, Mphil Medical Anthropology
01/09/2010

How to approach a male dominated rural setting in Zimbabwe for an effective HIV/AIDS prevention and care programme. The Ndebele in the Tsholotsho district

Doris Burtscher, Social and Medical Anthropologist
01/11/2004