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|dc.description.abstract||South Africa has a serious HIV/AIDS (Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome) epidemic, with millions of its people living with the disease. For the country to respond effectively to prevent new infections and provide care and treatment to those who are already living with HIV/AIDS, it is vital to have accurate data and a comprehensive understanding of the epidemic. Over the past decade, HIV prevalence estimates in South Africa have been largely derived from an annual survey of pregnant women attending antenatal clinics, supplemented by additional estimates from workplace and other studies. International consensus remains that antenatal surveys are a useful tool to assess HIV prevalence in areas with high prevalence of HIV and provide trend data. This study augments the Department of Health’s (DOH) annual antenatal survey of pregnant women, through a population-based sample of South Africans including men, women, children, all races and ethnic groups, people living in urban areas, rural areas and farms, as well as people living in hostels||en_US|
|dc.publisher||Human Sciences Research Council Publishers||en_US|
|dc.title||Nelson Mandela/HSRC Study of HIV/AIDS South African National HIV Prevalence, Behavioural Risks and Mass Media House Survey 2002 Executive Summary||en_US|
|Appears in Collections:||HIV / AIDS|
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