Letting Them Die Why HIV/AIDS Prevention Programmes Fail
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Publication date: 9/1/2003
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Catherine Campbell is a Reader at the London School of Economics and an External Professor at the University of Natal.
|Introduction: Sexuality, Participation & Social Change|
|The Summertown Project: Context & Concepts|
|'Going Underground & Going After Women': Sexuality & HIV-transmission among Mineworkers|
|Mobilizing a Local Community to Prevent HIV/AIDS: The Summertown Project|
|Theoretical Framework: Conceptualizing Community, Participation & Sexual Health|
|Mobilizing Sex Workers to Prevent HIV: Promoting Peer Education in an Informal Setting|
|Selling Sex in the Time of AIDS: Sexuality & HIV-Transmission among Sex Workers|
|Facilitating Community-Led Peer Education among Summertown Sex Workers|
|Factors Shaping the Success of Sex Worker Peer Education in an Informal Setting|
|Mobilizing Young People to Prevent HIV: Promoting Peer Education in a Formal School Setting|
|'Condoms are Good, But I Hate Those Things' Sexuality & HIV-Transmission among Young People|
|Facilitating Community-Led Peer Education among Summertown Youth|
|Mobilizing Stakeholders to Prevent HIV: Promoting Partnerships to Co-ordinate HIV-Prevention Efforts|
|Facilitating Stakeholder Collaboration in Project Implementation 1|
|Facilitating Stakeholder Collaboration in Project Implementation 2|
|Conclusion: 'Letting Them Die'|