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USD 14 Million Spent On Condoms in Three Years – Study condom use 2

Commenting on the assessment, Vastha Kibirige, who coordinates the Condom Unit at the Ministry of Health said they are challenged by the fact that the government free condoms received by the people are not targeted revealing finding them in big hotels in Kampala yet they are meant for those that can’t afford.
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16:55

UAC Wants Kiss Condom Advert Recalled general manager 1 1 Top story

The Commission accuses those behind the advert of failing to follow the right procedures before broadcasting it.
16:58
16:58

Tailored Conventional Interventions Needed to Curb HIV Increase in Fishing Communities condom use 2

Transactional sexual relationships were prevalent in fishing communities with over 34 per cent of men and 24 per cent of women had engaged in transactional sex. Of these only 41 percent of women and 44 percent of men reported condom use during transactional sex.
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15:38

Government Health Centers Run Out of Condoms gulu

He says the condom shortage is likely to fuel HIV and sexually transmitted infections in the district amongst sexually active couples who can’t afford to buy condoms from private dispensers.
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11:32

Uganda Posts Poor Results In 2013 MDG Report condom use 4

The latest report now shows that even though improved access to treatment has reduced the number of deaths associated with HIV/AIDS, the prevalence rate among the 15-24 age group has increased from 2.9 percent in 2004/2005 to 3.7 percent in 2011.
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16:43

Condom-use Awareness Messages Not Effective Enough condoms 3

Despite decades of condom use awareness, gaps still remain in the way the public receives and makes use of the information.
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13:47

HIV-positive Women in Masaka Accuse Husbands of Harassment condom use

HIV-positive women in Masaka district are complaining of harassment by their husbands, a serious threat that may lead them to acquire drug-resistant HIV strains. A recent study says the prevalence of drug-resistant HIV strains in Uganda has risen from 8.6 percent to 12 percent in the last five years.
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