Preventing HIV infection through peer education and condom promotion among truck drivers and their sexual partners in Tanzania, 1990-1993.

@article{LaukammJosten2000PreventingHI,
  title={Preventing HIV infection through peer education and condom promotion among truck drivers and their sexual partners in Tanzania, 1990-1993.},
  author={Ulrich Laukamm-Josten and B K Mwizarubi and Anne H Outwater and C L Mwaijonga and Joseph J Valadez and David Nyamwaya and Rowland Swai and Tobi J Saidel and Klinton Nyamuryekung'e},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2000},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={27-40}
}
HIV prevention through peer education and condom promotion among truck drivers and their sexual partners is described. Trends during an initial 18-month intensive phase, followed by a 24-month maintenance phase, were monitored with surveys. Trends for self-reported condom use were: increase among men (56 to 74%) during the first phase with a decrease (72%) during the maintenance phase. Respective figures for women were 51%, 91% and 70%. Multivariate analyses revealed that men most likely to… CONTINUE READING