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Livelihood risk, culture, and the HIV interface: evidence from lakeshore border communities in Buliisa district, Uganda
(Journal of Tropical Medicine., 2019)
While studies have focused on HIV prevalence and incidence among fishing communities, there has been inadequate attention paid to the construction and perception of HIV risk among fisher folk. There has been limited research ...
Interface of culture, insecurity and HIV and AIDS: lessons from displaced communities in Pader district, northern Uganda
(Springer Nature: Conflict and Health., 2010-11-22)
Northern Uganda unlike other rural regions has registered high HIV prevalence rates comparable to those of urbanized Kampala and the central region. This could be due to the linkages of culture, insecurity and HIV. We ...
Understanding Uganda’s early adoption of novel differentiated HIV treatment services: a qualitative exploration of drivers of policy uptake
(BMC Health Services Research, 2023)
Background Although differentiated service delivery (DSD) for HIV treatment was endorsed by the WHO in its landmark 2016 guidelines to lessen patients’ need to frequently visit clinics and hence to reduce unnecessary ...