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Author(s) S. Okoboi, P. Igulot, E. Tayebwakushaba
Year 2012
Journal Exchange on HIV/AIDS, sexuality and gender
Pages 8 - 9
Serial number 1
ISSN [1871-7551]
Organization KIT - Royal Tropical Institute
Subject Health and Nutrition
Keyword disease prevention and control, health services, HIV and AIDS
Region East Africa
Country Uganda
Abstract In 2009, over 2.6 million HIV infections occurred in the world where most transmission is heterosexual (UNAIDS, 2010). In the three centres of The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) Eastern region covering Soroti, Mbale and Tororo districts, 63.4 per cent of the organisation’s clients were reported by the management information system in 2009 to be having a stable sexual partner with a 93.5 per cent reported disclosure rate. However, only 20.8 per cent of clients seek HIV-related services as couples. This qualitative study aimed at finding out client and provider-related factors that hinder uptake of HIV and AIDS services for couples.
Language English
Category Research
Document type Article
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