Women, economic hardship and the path of survival: HIV/AIDS risk behavior among women receiving HIV/AIDS treatment in Uganda.

@article{MacLachlan2009WomenEH,
  title={Women, economic hardship and the path of survival: HIV/AIDS risk behavior among women receiving HIV/AIDS treatment in Uganda.},
  author={Ellen MacLachlan and Stella Neema and Emmanuel B K Luyirika and Francis Ssali and Margrethe Juncker and Charles B Rwabukwali and Marie Harvey and Terry E. Duncan},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2009},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={355-67}
}
The results are presented from a 2005 survey of 377 women in four HIV/AIDS treatment programs in Uganda. The aim of the study was to explore women's economic hardships and the association with four sexual risk behaviors: whether a woman was sexually active in the last 12 months, whether a condom was used during the last sex act, whether she reported having had a sexual partner in the last six months who she suspected had multiple partners and report of forced, coercive or survival sex in the… CONTINUE READING

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