The knowledge, the will and the power : a plan of action to meet the HIV prevention needs of Africans living in England

Catherine Dodds, H. Ford, Martha Chinouya, P. Weatherburn, J. Chaula

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    Abstract

    The Knowledge, The Will and The Power is a statement of what we, the NAHIP Partners, plan to do to prevent HIV transmissions occurring during sexual activity among the diverse population of Africans living in England (Chapter 1). We describe the size and context of Africans living in England (Chapter 2), the size of the HIV epidemic and the number of new infections occurring (Chapter 3), as well as the behaviours and facilitators of new infections (Chapter 4). We then articulate how the NAHIP partners intend to influence future behaviours (Chapter 5). The final three chapters describe what is required in order to meet the HIV prevention needs of individual African people (Chapter 6), of NAHIP partner organisations (Chapter 7) and of those undertaking decisions related to policy, planning and research (Chapter 8).
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLondon, UK
    PublisherSigma Research
    Number of pages62
    ISBN (Print)1872956939
    Publication statusPublished - Mar 2008

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