Research on structural change to prevent HIV
Social forces drive the HIV epidemic and block prevention efforts. STRIVE partners investigate how structural factors create vulnerability and what programmes work to tackle them.
Effectiveness of sport-based HIV prevention interventions: A systematic review of the evidence
A systematic review on the effectiveness of sports-based HIV prevention (SBHP) interventions.
Sexual risk behaviour, alcohol use, and social media use among secondary school students in informal settlements in South Africa
A cross-sectional study to estimate prevalences of sexual risk behaviour and hazardous alcohol use and to investigate potential associations between these outcomes and social media use.
Changes over time in sexual behaviour among young people with different levels of educational attainment in Tanzania
HIV prevalence trends in Tanzania differ between educational groups.
Structural solutions? Impact of cash and care on adolescent HIV prevention and adherence
Dr Lucie Cluver examines the impacts of cash and care provision on adolescent HIV prevention and adherence in Southern Africa
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