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Case Study

As a lynchpin of its bold goal of zero new HIV infections by 2016, Botswana's national O Icheke: Break the Chain campaign offers a wake-up call on

Launched on South African television in June 2008, the Scrutinize Campaign was a year-long series of HIV prevention ads targeting

Makhwapheni Uyabulala, or “Secret Lovers Kill,” was Swaziland’s first national media campaign to focus on the HIV risk of

Events

The fourth debate in the USAID and World Bank-sponsored Emerging Issues in Today's HIV Response Debate Series featured expert panelists arguing for

Promising Practice

MCP messages were integrated into the larger interpersonal communication strategy, using community debates, participatory thea

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Transactional sex (TS) is the practice of exchanging sex for financial or lifestyle rewards. Distinct from formalized sex work, transactional sex i

Partner reduction is a prevention strategy focused on decreasing overall number of partners in order to lessen the risk of becoming infected with o

Many people are now aware that having multiple sexual partners increases their risk of contracting HIV. Fewer people are aware that having concurre

Technical Consultation Material

October 2008, Washington, DC - This technical consultation on multiple and concurrent sexual partnerships (MCP) convened researchers, US G

Spotlight

Helen Epstein provides insight into her book examining Uganda's pioneering Zero Grazing Campaign targeting multiple and concurrent sexual partnersh

Health Policy Initiative Document

This brief provides an overview of livelihood programs and HIV/AIDS and provides a list of resources for further information.

This document describes a project targeted at GHV in Mexico and Thailand, countries with concentrated HIV epidemics but differing services for MSM