Research Findings on Socio-Cultural Factors of MCP

Effective HIV prevention strategies aimed at addressing multiple and concurrent partnerships (MCP) rely on understanding the social, economic, and cultural considerations that influence individuals' decisions related to MCP and the perception of HIV risk associated with engaging in MCP. The findings from the research studies included in this section of the Toolkit shed light on the complexity and range of determinants that can be involved in promoting MCP within particular cultures, communities, and regions.

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