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Cross-Border tomato trade and susceptibility to HIV infection : a case of rural women and girls engaged in tomato trade in the Kassena-Nankana districts, Ghana

Rechten: Wageningen University & Research

Cross-Border tomato trade and susceptibility to HIV infection : a case of rural women and girls engaged in tomato trade in the Kassena-Nankana districts, Ghana

Rechten: Wageningen University & Research

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HIV/AIDS continue to be a developmental and a social problem rather than a health issue throughout the world. It is very much devastating and affects individuals, families as well as communities. In sub-Saharan Africa and rural agricultural settings, poverty, gender inequality and unequal power relations have placed women at higher risk of HIV infection as compared to their male counterparts. Women often cannot choose with whom or under what circumstances they would have sexual intercourse. Several factors have been reported to account for the association between mobility and susceptibility to HIV infection including casual and multiple concurrent partnerships, increasing sexual risk behaviours, reduced access to health services and means of prevention such as condoms

OrganisatieVan Hall Larenstein
AfdelingManagement of Development
Jaar2011
TypeMasterscriptie
TaalEngels

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