Lillian Ayebale

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Recent studies reveal that teachers are more likely to engage in high-risk sexual behavior compared to the rest of the adult population. Yet the education sector could be a major vehicle for imparting knowledge and skills of avoiding and/or coping with the pandemic. This study set out to establish HIV risk behaviors among teachers in Uganda, to inform the(More)
Background Uganda has embraced the strategy of virtual elimination of mother to child HIV transmission (eMTCT) by 2015 which has seen the roll out of Option B + country wide. According to the Modes of Transmission report 2009, HIV prevalence among uniformed personnel was 18.4percent, a rate that is almost three times the national average. However little has(More)
Introduction Although Uganda has embraced the strategy of EMTCT by 2015, the strategy focuses mainly on HCT for first ANC visit with less attention on mothers who never attend ANC, deliver in the community and are lactating with unknown status which creates a missed opportunity. The supporting public sector work places Expand Action and Responses to HIV(More)
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