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Multiple Concurrent Partnerships

Love, lust, and the emotional context of concurrent sexual partnerships amomg young Swazi adults

2014
Author: 
Allison Ruark, Lunga Dlamini, Nonhlanhla Mazibuko, Edward C Green, Caitlin Kennedy, Amy Nunn, Timpthy Flanigan, Pamela J Surkan

Men and women in Swaziland who are engaged in multiple or concurrent sexual

partnerships, or who have sexual partners with concurrent partners, face a very

high risk of HIV infection. Ninety-four in-depth interviews were conducted with 28

Swazi men and women (14 of each sex) between the ages of 20 and 39 in order

to explore participants’ sexual partnership histories, including motivations for

sexual relationships which carried high HIV risk. Concurrency was normative,

with most men and women having had at least one concurrent sexual

Library code: 
Manzini
Classification no: 
TR / RUA
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
TR BS/
Type of material: 
Accepted Manuscript
Physical description: 
33 p.: ill.
Notes: 
This is an Author's Accepted Manuscript of an article published in African Journal of AIDS Research, 13(2), pp. 133-143, 29 July 2014, copyright Taylor & Francis

HIV prevention: community responses to immediate drivers of HIV

2009
Author: 
Leclerc-Madlala, Suzanne
Series title: 
Shaping HIV and AIDS Responses
Classification no: 
Prevention
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
PR BS/860
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Johannesburg: SAT
Physical description: 
iv, 52p.
Keywords: 
Southern African AIDS Trust. SAT. Male Circumcision. MC. Multiple Concurrent Partnerships. MCP. Sexual Partners. Intergenerational Sex. Sexual Behaviours. Transmission. HIV Infections. Risks. Human Science Research Council. HSRC. SAT SHARE. Schools Without Walls. SWW.

The Invisible cure: why we are losing the fight agaisnt AIDS in Africa

2007
Author: 
Epstein, Helen
Classification no: 
Epidemiology
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
EP BS/903
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
New York: Picador
Physical description: 
xxvi, 324p. : ill.
Keywords: 
HIV Infections. Epidemic. Uganda. History. Popular Literature. Popular Works. HIV Origins. Transmission Modes. HIV Drivers. Multiple Concurrent Partnerships. MCP. Funding. Interventions. Foreign Aid. Tanzania. Botswana. Southern Africa. East Africa. Community Based Interventions. Community Participation.
Notes: 
3 copies

Talking AIDS: a selection of articles that speak of people's everyday lives and aim to encourage readers to take AIDS personally

2008
Author: 
Tonhodzayi, Beatrice
Classification no: 
Prevention
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
PR BS/648
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Harare: SAfAIDS
Physical description: 
30p.: ill.
Keywords: 
DFID. Irish Aid. Sida. UNAIDS. HIVOSStigma. Discrimination. Abstinence. Monogamy. Drivers. Infection. Human Rights. Health. Promotion. Doctors. Heath Workers. Welfare. Women. Gender. Multiple Concurrent Partnerships. MCP. Cultural Norms. Condom Use. Care. Infertility. Girls. Intergenerational Sex. Risky Behaviours. Safe Sex. ABC. Information. Education. Communication. IEC. Vulnerable Groups.
Notes: 
4 copies. Talking AIDS is a collection of articles by Zimbabwean female journalist, Beatrice Tonhodzayi. The articles were all published under a weekly column entitled Let's talk about AIDS" in the Saturday Herald a Zimbabwean newspaper between 2007 and 2008."