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Influence of religious affiliation and education on HIV knowledge and HIV-related sexual behaviors among youth in rural central Mozambique.
(Taylor & Francis, 2010)
The interactions between religious affiliation, education, HIV knowledge, and HIV-related sexual behaviors among African church youth are poorly understood. In this socio-demographic study, 522 unmarried youth 12-28 years ...
AIDS-related knowledge and sexual behaviour among married and previously married persons in rural Mozambique.
HIV prevalence in central Mozambique is the highest in the country with high urban rates impacting on the rural areas. To identify potential factors influencing the spread of HIV in three sparsely populated districts in ...
Biomedically-focused research productivity by Namibian authors and institutions 1995-2010.
(Polytechnic of Namibia, 2011)
Publications are the result of individual scientists or ‘webs’ of collaborators who present their scientific observations and share them with the scientific community. A study of authors and institutions who have published ...
Age-specific mortality patterns in Central Mozambique during and after the end of the Civil War.
(BioMed Central, 2011)
Background: In recent years, vigorous debate has developed concerning how conflicts contribute to the spread of infectious diseases, and in particular, the role of post-conflict situations in the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS. ...
Trends in biomedical research in Namibia: 1995-2009.
(Polytechnic of Namibia, 2012)
Research publications are often used as proxies for the scientific progress and development of a particular country. Country-specific bibliometric studies reflect national strategies to build capacity in tertiary education, ...