The Language of Multiple Concurrent Partners, Sex, and HIV and AIDS in Lesotho: Opportunities for Dialogue Promotion

This report analyzes C-Change formative research designed to understand how culturally-embedded communication about HIV and AIDS and sexual behavior contributes to sustaining the practice of multiple concurrent partners (MCP) in Lesotho. The findings from this research, together with a review of existing research, can help to inform message development for a short-term C-Change communication campaign focusing on HIV prevention through the promotion of dialogue about MCP.

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Length: 
44 p
Year: 
2009
Organization: 
Academy of Educational Development (AED) | C-Change
Languages: 
English