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AIDS Policy in Uganda
Evidence, Ideology, and the Making of an African Success Story
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This book presents a history of AIDS control in Uganda, from the start of the epidemic in the early 1980s up until 2005. Uganda is well known internationally as an AIDS 'success story', both for its bringing down HIV incidence and prevalence over the 1990s, and for its innovative approach to scaling up the provision of antiretroviral therapy.


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Key Themes and Concepts Accepting the Unacceptable: Establishing a National Response to AIDS in Uganda Working on a Hunch: A History of HIV Prevention in Uganda Overcoming Resistance: Big Men and the Scale-up of Antiretroviral Therapy Provision The Masaka Intervention Trial: A Case Study in the Interpretation of Complex Research Findings What has Guided AIDS Control Policy in Uganda?


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ISBN-13: 9781349288755
Publisher: Macmillan Education (Palgrave Macmillan)
Publication date: October, 2010
Pages: 240
Weight: 336g
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Subcategories: General Issues

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