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Strengthening STI treatment and HIV prevention services in Carletonville, South Africa

SEARLE, Catherine
VAN DAM, Johannes
October 2004

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This is the summary of an intervention study to examine the social determinants of the HIV epidemic and to assess the impact of a targeted programme of HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention and service delivery. The study took place in the in the Carletonville area of South Africa which is characterised by significant poverty and unemployment, the presence of sex work, high rates of STIs, and where there are many migrant mine workers


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