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 2006

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Understanding barriers and challenges to effective community participation in the rollout of HIV/AIDS treatment and care services: Report on research results dissemination meetings, Population Council and Health Systems Trust

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Understanding barriers to community participation in HIV and AIDS services: Final report, Ashnie Padarath, Catherine Searle, and Eka Esu-Williams

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Understanding barriers to community participation in HIV and AIDS services: Summary report, Population Council and Health Systems Trust

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Understanding the HIV/STI prevention needs of men who have sex with men in Kenya, Washington Onyango-Ouma, Harriet Birungi, and Scott Geibel

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Yaari Dosti: Young Men Redefine Masculinity, A Training Manual, Horizons Program, CORO for Literacy, MAMTA, and Instituto Promundo

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Yaari Dosti: Young Men Redefine Masculinity, A Training Manual [Hindi], Horizons Program, CORO for Literacy, MAMTA, and Instituto Promundo

Submissions from 2005

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Ethical Approaches to Gathering Information from Children and Adolescents in International Settings: Guidelines and Resources, Katie D. Schenk and Jan Williamson

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Programming for HIV prevention in South African schools: A report on program implementation, Priscilla Reddy, Shegs James, and Ann P. McCauley

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Reducing the transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted infections in a mining community: Findings from the Carletonville Mothusimpilo intervention project: 1998 to 2001, Lewis Ndhlovu, Catherine Searle, Johannes van Dam, Yodwa Mzaidume, Bareng Rasego, and Solly Moema

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Understanding the HIV/STI risks and prevention needs of men who have sex with men in Nairobi, Kenya, Washington Onyango-Ouma, Harriet Birungi, and Scott Geibel

Submissions from 2004

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A rapid situation analysis of the access to care project in Northern Thailand, Ratana Panpanich

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Combining community approaches and government policy to reduce HIV risk in the Dominican Republic, Deanna Kerrigan, Luis Moreno, Bayardo Gomez, Hector Jerez, Ellen Weiss, Johannes van Dam, Eva Roca, Clare Barrington, and Michael D. Sweat

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Expanding care and support in South India: Scaling up YRG CARE's patient-centered approach, YRG CARE, Horizons Program, and International HIV/AIDS Alliance

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Expanding the care continuum for HIV/AIDS: Bringing carers into focus, Jessica Ogden, Simel Esim, and Caren Grown

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Involving young people in the care and support of people living with HIV/AIDS in Zambia, Eka Esu-Williams, Katie D. Schenk, Joseph Motsepe, Scott Geibel, and Anderson Zulu

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Maximizing resources to meet client needs: Evaluation of a comprehensive HIV/AIDS care and support model in India, YRG CARE, Horizons Program, and International HIV/AIDS Alliance

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Review of field experiences: Integration of family planning and PMTCT services, Naomi Rutenberg and Carolyn Baek

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Succession planning in Uganda: Early outreach for AIDS-affected children and their families, Horizons Program, Makerere University Department of Sociology, and Plan Uganda

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Transitions to adulthood in the context of AIDS in South Africa: The impact of exposure to life skills education on adolescent knowledge, skills, and behavior, The Transitions to Adulthood Study Team

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Using incentives to encourage AIDS programs and policies in the workplace: A study of feasibility and impact in Thailand, Simon Baker, Srisuman Sartsara, Patchara Rumakom, Philip Guest, Katie D. Schenk, Anthony Pramualratana, Suparat Suksakulwat, Surachai Panakitsuwan, and Sikarat Moonmeung

Submissions from 2003

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Empowering communities to respond to HIV/AIDS: Ndola Demonstration Project on Maternal and Child Health: Operations research final report, Hope Humana, LINKAGES, National Food and Nutrition Commission, Ndola District Health Management Team, Horizons Program, and Zambia Integrated Health Project

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Microfinance and households coping with HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe: An exploratory study, Carolyn Barnes, Erica Keogh, Nontokozo Nemarundwe, Loveness Nyikahadzoi, and Ellen Weiss

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Reproductive health services in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa: A situation analysis study focusing on HIV/AIDS services, Lewis Ndhlovu, Catherine Searle, Robert A. Miller, Andrew A. Fisher, Ester Snyman, and Nancy L. Sloan

Submissions from 2002

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HIV/AIDS Prevention Guidance for Reproductive Health Professionals in Developing-Country Settings, Helen Epstein, Daniel Whelan, Janneke van de Wijgert, Purnima Mane, and Suman Mehta

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Meeting the sexual health needs of men who have sex with men in Senegal, Cheikh Ibrahima Niang, Moustapha Diagne, Youssoupha Niang, Amadou Moreau, Dominique Gomis, Maye Diouf, Karim Seck, Abdoulaye Sidibe Wade, Placide Tapsoba, and Christopher Castle

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Satisfaire aux besoins de santé des hommes qui ont des rapports sexuels avec d’autres hommes au Sénégal, Cheikh Ibrahima Niang, Moustapha Diagne, Youssoupha Niang, Amadou Moreau, Dominique Gomis, Maye Diouf, Karim Seck, Abdoulaye Sidibe Wade, Placide Tapsoba, and Christopher Castle

Submissions from 2001

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HIV and partner violence: Implications for HIV voluntary counseling and testing programs in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Suzanne Maman, Jessie K. Mbwambo, Margaret Hogan, Gad P. Kilonzo, Michael D. Sweat, and Ellen Weiss

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Prevention of trafficking and the care and support of trafficked persons in the context of an emerging HIV/AIDS epidemic in Nepal, Celine Daly

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The case for microbicides: A global priority, Kathy Attawell

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Transitions to adulthood in the context of AIDS in South Africa: Report of Wave I, Naomi Rutenberg, Cathrien Kehus-Alons, Lisanne Brown, Kate Macintyre, Anthea Dallimore, and Carol E. Kaufman

Submissions from 2000

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Measuring relationship power in HIV/STD research, Julie Pulerwitz, L. Steven Gortmaker, and William Dejong