Declining HIV prevalence and risk behaviours in Zambia: evidence from surveillance and population-based surveys.

@article{Fylkesnes2001DecliningHP,
  title={Declining HIV prevalence and risk behaviours in Zambia: evidence from surveillance and population-based surveys.},
  author={Knut M. Fylkesnes and Rosemary Mubanga Musonda and Moses Sichone and Zaza Ndhlovu and Francis Tembo and Mwaka Monze},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2001},
  volume={15 7},
  pages={907-16}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine trends in HIV prevalence and behaviours in Zambia during the 1990s. METHODS The core Zambian system for epidemiological surveillance and research has two major components: (i) HIV sentinel surveillance at selected antenatal clinics (ANC) in all provinces; and (ii) population-based HIV surveys in selected sentinel populations (1996 and 1999). The former was refined in 1994 to improve the monitoring of prevalence trends, whereas the latter was designed to validate ANC-based… CONTINUE READING
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