Violence Against Women and HIV Risk Behaviors in Kampala, Uganda: Baseline Findings from the SASA! Study

Publish Year : 2013
Publisher : SAGE Journals: Violence against Women
Author Name : Francisco L., Abramsky T., Kiss L., Michau L., Musuya T., Kerrigan D., Kaye D., Watts C.
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Description :

This article presents baseline data from the SASA! (Swahili for 'now') Study, a cluster randomized trial of a community-mobilization intervention to prevent violence against women and HIV/AIDS in Kampala, Uganda. Findings confirm the importance of integrated strategies for intimate partner violence and HIV prevention.

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