Use of HIV prevention services in the East Africa Cross-Border Integrated Health Study, 2016


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Author(s): A. Virkud, J. Edwards, M. Markiewicz, G. Mulholland, P. Arimi

Year: 2018

Use of HIV prevention services in the East Africa Cross-Border Integrated Health Study, 2016 Abstract:

East African cross-border sites are visited by mobile populations and others at greater risk of acquiring HIV: young women, female sex workers, fisherfolk, workers at public places, truck drivers, men who have sex with men, and people who inject drugs. These groups may not benefit from HIV treatment and prevention interventions conducted at their place of residence. This poster presents an analysis exploring whether venues that these populations visit in East African cross-border areas receive adequate HIV prevention services.  

The poster was presented at the 2018 International AIDS Conference. 

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