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 2002

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Integrating HIV prevention and care into maternal and child health care settings: Lessons learned from Horizons studies, Naomi Rutenberg, Sam Kalibala, Charles Mwai, and James Rosen

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Meeting the sexual health needs of men who have sex with men in Senegal, Horizons Program

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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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Microfinance and households coping with HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe: An exploratory study, Horizons Program

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Ndola Demonstration Project: A midterm analysis of lessons learned, Horizons Program

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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

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Satisfaire les besoins de santé des hommes qui ont des rapports sexuels avec d'Autres hommes au Sénégal, Horizons Program

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The female condom: Dynamics of use in urban Zimbabwe, Horizons Program

Submissions from 2001

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Acceptability of the female condom after a social marketing campaign in Campinas, Brazil, Horizons Program

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A question of scale? The challenge of expanding the impact of non-governmental organisations' HIV/AIDS efforts in developing countries, Jocelyn DeJong

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Community involvement in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV: Insights and recommendations, Naomi Rutenberg, Mary Lyn Field-Nguer, and Laura Nyblade

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Evidence for the importance of community involvement: Implications for initiatives to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV, Ann Leonard, Purnima Mane, and Naomi Rutenberg

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HIV and partner violence: Implications for HIV voluntary counseling and testing, Horizons Program

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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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HIV and partner violence: What are the implications for voluntary counseling and testing?, Carolyn Knapp

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HIV voluntary counseling and testing among youth ages 14 to 21: Results from an exploratory study in Nairobi, Kenya, and Kampala and Masaka, Uganda, Horizons Program, Kenya Project Partners, and Uganda Project Partners

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Interventions to reduce HIV/AIDS stigma: What have we learned?, Lisanne Brown, Lea Trujillo, and Kate Macintyre

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Making a difference for children affected by AIDS: Baseline findings from operations research in Uganda, Laelia Gilborn, Rebecca Nyonyintono, Robert Kabumbuli, and Gabriel Jagwe-Wadda

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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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Reducing HIV infection among youth: What can schools do? Key baseline findings from Mexico, South Africa, and Thailand, Holley Stewart, Ann P. McCauley, Simon Baker, Martha Givaudan, Shegs James, Iwin Leenen, Susan Pick, Priscilla Reddy, Usasinee Rewthong, Patchara Rumakom, and Dilys Walker

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The case for microbicides: A global priority, Kathy Attawell

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Trafficking and human rights in Nepal: Community perceptions and policy and program responses, Celine Daly, Vaishali Sharma Mahendra, Pankaja Bhattarai, Nick Langton, Jyoti Sanghera, Catrin Evans, Ratna Kapur, Dill Ram Dahal, and Siobhan Crowley

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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

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Women, communities, and the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV: Issues and findings from community research in Botswana and Zambia, Laura Nyblade and Mary Lyn Field-Nguer

Submissions from 2000

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