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Gender and age differences in condom use patterns among youth in the Eastern Cape, South Africa: a descriptive and analytical study.

South Africa is estimated to have one of the highest epidemics of HIV infection. Recent youth studies have found that youth aged 15-24 years are increasingly becoming vulnerable to HIV. Condom use is promoted as one of the key HIV prevention methods in South Africa. Face-to-face structured questionnaire interviews were conducted with a volunteer sample of rural active women and men aged 15-26 years living in 70 villages in the Eastern Cape Province. Most of the participants were recruited in schools.
Date January 2006
CreatorsJama, P. Nwabisa
Source SetsUniv. of Western Cape
Detected LanguageEnglish
TypeTheses and Dissertations

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