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Engaging migrants and displaced persons through family support group meetings for behavioral change and Access to Psychosocial support services: A case of AIDS Information centrr – Uganda. Authors: Dr. Hilda Kizito, Racheal Mirembe, Hannah Nakazibwe Tadeo Tumusiime and Nassali Teddy

Uganda hosts the largest number of refugees in East Africa particularly those escaping conflicts in their home states. Their vulnerability as displaced persons places them at risk of contracting HIV because of various socio-economic factors such as unemployment and rape of refugee girls and women. Refugees who are already PLHIV...


Addressing challenges of aging with HIV in a resource limited urban setting: A case of AIDS Information Centre – Uganda

Global HIV/AIDS statistics (UNAIDS 2018) estimated 37.9 million people were living with HIV with an estimated 3.6 million aged 50 years or older (UNAIDS 2013). The majority of these (2.9 million) are in low-and middle-income countries where the percentage of adults 50 years or older living with HIV is above...