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Breastfeeding practices and attitudes relevant to the vertical transmission of HIV in rural South-west Uganda.
(Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2001)
Breastfeeding has been associated with a doubling of the risk of HIV transmission. In developed countries, it is recommended that HIV-positive women do not breastfeed, but this is not a feasible option in most of Africa. ...
Attitudes to voluntary counselling and testing for HIV among pregnant women in rural South-west Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
This paper describes the results of a study exploring the attitudes of women attending maternity clinics to voluntary counselling and testing during pregnancy in rural areas in south-west Uganda. It was a qualitative study ...
Men's attitudes to condoms and female controlled means of protection against HIV and STDs in South-western Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 2000)
There is widespread demand for the development of female controlled methods of protection against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and HIV. The success of such methods will not only depend on their acceptability to ...
Widowed mama-grannies buffering HIV/AIDS-affected households in a city slum of Kampala, Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 2009)
This article explores the experiences, challenges and coping strategies of urban elderly residents in Kasubi-Kawaala, a slum on the margins of Kampala city, Uganda. The city is mainly stereotyped as a space for able-bodied ...
'African sex is dangerous!' Renegotiating 'ritual sex' in contemporary Masaka district.
(Cambridge University Press, 2008)
The sexual culture of sub-Saharan African peoples is variously utilized as an explanation for the high incidence of HIV in Africa. Thus it has been the target of behaviour change campaigns championed by massive public ...
The adventures of the Randy Professor and Angela the sugar mummy: Sex in fictional serials in Ugandan popular magazines.
(Taylor and Francis, 2005)
In 1996 newspaper vendors in Ugandan towns started selling a new kind of locally produced ‘lifestyle’ magazine. On the covers there were young, scantily dressed girls and inside news articles, fictional serials, lifestyle ...