The Population Council's HIV and AIDS program is devoted to understanding and slowing the spread of the HIV epidemic. Through biomedical and behavioral research, the Council expands access to innovative and effective products and services, with a focus on the hardest-to-reach, most marginalized populations.

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Submissions from 2000

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The female condom: Dynamics of use in urban Zimbabwe, Deanna Kerrigan, Steve Mobley, Naomi Rutenberg, Andrew A. Fisher, and Ellen Weiss

Submissions from 1999

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Informing Research on HIV Prevention: A Consultation, Sharon Fonn and C. Elizabeth McGrory

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Literature review: Challenging HIV-related stigma and discrimination in Southeast Asia: Past successes and future priorities, Joanna Busza

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The female condom in Zimbabwe: The interplay of research, advocacy, and government action, Population Council

Submissions from 1998

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Community-based AIDS Prevention and Care in Africa: Results of four action-research interventions in East and Southern Africa, Ann Leonard and Esther Muia

Submissions from 1995

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Community-based AIDS prevention and care in Africa—Dissemination of Phase I findings: Report of five national workshops, Population Council

Submissions from 1994

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Community-based AIDS prevention and care in Africa: Case studies from five African countries, Ann Leonard

Submissions from 1993

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Community-based AIDS prevention and care in Africa: Workshop report, Andrea Eschen

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The development of microbicides: A new method of HIV prevention for women, Christopher J. Elias and Lori L. Heise