HIV counselling and testing in rural Uganda: communities' attitudes and perceptions towards an HIV counselling and testing programme.

@article{Kipp2002HIVCA,
  title={HIV counselling and testing in rural Uganda: communities' attitudes and perceptions towards an HIV counselling and testing programme.},
  author={Walter Eigen Kipp and Geoffrey Kabagambe and Joseph Konde-Lule},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2002},
  volume={14 5},
  pages={699-706}
}
Study results on the assessment of a community-wide HIV counselling and testing programme are presented. The aim of this qualitative study was to elucidate whether HIV counselling and testing (HIV CT) was acceptable to a rural community and whether they expressed a need for it. From a total of 2,267 persons of Kigoyera Parish, western Uganda, who were HIV tested and counselled, 171 persons participated in 17 focus group discussions. Most participants expressed a strong need for HIV counselling… CONTINUE READING

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