HIV/AIDS in Namibia Report Published

This report identifies and describes what current evidence indicates are the main behavioral and contextual factors that are driving the HIV epidemic in Namibia.

HIV/AIDS in Namibia: Behavioral and Contextual Factors Driving the Epidemic

This report identifies and describes what current evidence indicates are the main behavioral and contextual factors that are driving the HIV epidemic in Namibia. The report is intended to assist in the development of a national prevention strategy for combating the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Data from several sources are triangulated to assess which factors are most likely to contribute to the spread of HIV across the population.

This study can be viewed by visiting http://www.cpc.unc.edu/measure/publications/sr-09-53

Cristina de la Torre, MEASURE Evaluation M&E Specialist, will present "Namibian paradox: diamonds, disparity, and HIV. The unique drivers fueling the HIV epidemic in a wealthy southern African country" at IUSSP's International Population Conference in Marrakech, Morocco.

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