|Publish Year :||2011|
|Author Name :||Seckinelgin H., Birgirumwami J., Morris J.|
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This paper uses research conducted in Burundi from 2007-08 to look at post-conflict effects from the civil war which began in the 1990’s. The analysis finds that the relationship between conflict and HIV is a function of existing gender norms that becomes amplified during periods of armed conflict.