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OBJECTIVE To evaluate an HIV risk-reduction intervention among Namibian adolescents. METHODS A randomized trial of a 14-session face-to-face intervention emphasizing abstinence and safer sexual practices conducted among 515 youths (median age 17 years and median grade 11) attending 10 secondary schools located in two districts in Namibia. Youths were(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate an intervention (based on one which had previously been successful in reducing adolescent human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) risk behaviors in the United States) among adolescents residing in Namibia, a country located in sub-Saharan Africa. METHODS A randomized trial of a 14-session face-to-face intervention emphasizing abstinence and(More)
Considerable progress has been made in the United States and Europe regarding HIV risk prevention efforts targeting adolescents. However, in Africa less progress has been made to date. This article address three questions: Can risk assessment questionnaires developed in Western countries be modified so as to be appropriate for use in African countries? Are(More)
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