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Demographic research: extra-marital sexual partnerships and male friendships in rural Malawi.
Publication year: 2010
Author(s): Clark, S
Publication details: Germany, Demographic Research, 2010
Location: RM 1. F/12250.
Gender | Marital | MCPs | Policy | Research | Statistics


HIV: know the score: an interactive HIV prevention world cup 2010 booklet.
Publication year: 2010
Corporate author: SAfAIDS.
Publication details: Pretoria, SAfAIDS, 2010
Alcohol | Co-infection | Drugs | Infection | Male Circumcision | MCPs | PMTCT | Prevention | Protection | Testing | Transmission | Tuberculosis


Polygyny and the spread of HIV in sub-saharan Africa: a case of benign concurrency.
Publication year: 2010
Author(s): Reniers, G; Watkinks, S
Publication details: California, Wolters Kluwer Health, 2010
Publication in: AIDS. 2010 January 16; 24(2): 299–307.
Epidermiology | Marriage | MCPs | Polygamy | Prevalence | STIs


Masihlangane: let's get together.
Publication year: 2007
Corporate author: The AIDS Consortium.
Publication details: Johannesburg, The AIDS Consortium, 2007
Location: PR 1. BS/11258.
Activities | AIDS | Consortium | MCPs


Masihlangane: let's get together.
Publication year: 2007
Corporate author: The AIDS Consortium.
Publication details: Johannesburg, The AIDS Consortium, 2007
Location: PR 1. BS/11258.
Activities | AIDS | Consortium | MCPs


Multiple concurrent partnerships.
Publication year: 2007
Author(s): Jackson, H
Publication details: Harare, UNFPA CST, 2007
Location: EP 1. F/11223.
Condoms | MCPs | Trends


Multiple concurrent patnerships.
Publication year: 2007
Author(s): Jackson, H
Publication details: Harare, UNFPA CST, 2007
Location: EP 1. F/11223.
Condoms | MCPs | Trends
Concurrent Sexual Patnerships Amongst Young Adults in South Africa: Challenges for HIV Prevention Communication
Author(s): Parker, W; Makhubele, B; Ntlabati, P
Corporate author: CADRE
Publication details: Gauteng, USAID, John Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa, 2007
Adults | Circumcision | MCPs | Methods | Prevention | STIs | Youths


Male Circumcision is an Efficacious, Lasting and Cost-Effective Strategy for Combating hiv in High-Prevalence Countries.
Corporate author: SAfAIDS.
Publication details: Harare, SAfAIDS, 2008
Publication in: SAFAIDS News, Vol. 14, Issue, (2008), pp. 1-3
Series: SAfAIDS News 3/2008. Vol 14
ABC versus SAVE | Criminalisation | Drug resistant TB | HIV is a Virus | Male Circumcision | MCPs | not a crime