Factors associated with risky sexual behaviour among HIV+ adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in Shinyanga region

Author/Presenter: Felix Muchira1

Co Author: Dr. RN Mpembeni2

1 Program Coordinator, Monitoring and Evaluation, AGPAHI

2 Lecturer, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences

Background

A Previous study reported that 37% of HIV+ AGYW are sexually active, 17% have multiple sexual partners (MSP), 62.5% used condoms (Mhalu et al, 2013) thus risking exposure to STIs, unplanned pregnancies, increased HIV infections to uninfected partners and newborns. Shinyanga Region has a HIV prevalence of 7% with insufficient information on factors associated with risky sexual behaviours among HIV+ AGYW.

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  • CIFF Reprogramming +

    Project Goal is to improve health services to prevent HIV transmission, increase identification of adolescents with HIV infection, and improve HIV care and treatment and retention for ALHIV in Tanzania.

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    TB in mining sector (TIMS) project is funded by Global fund through Development Aid from People to People (ADPP - Mozambique). AGPAHI is a sub-recipient of ADPP Mozambique.The project target is to screen TB to approximately 30,000 mine workers and their families.

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