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CAPTIONS · AIDS

FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL
VOLUME III, NUMBER 1

MAY 1996

FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL
THE AIDS CONTROL AND PREVENTION (AIDSCAP) PROJECT
PROJECT 936-5972.31-4692046
HRN-5972-C-00-4001-00

AIDScaptions is published
Three times a year by
Family Health International's AIDS Control and Prevention (AIDSCAP) Project

AIDScaptions
Family Health International
2101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 700
Arlington, Virginia 22201 USA
Telephone: 703 · 516 · 9779
Fax: 703-516-9781

Associate Director for Information Programs
Mary O'Grady

Editor
Kathleen Henry

Editor/Writer
Margaret J. Dadian

Associate Editor
Karen Sai

Graphic Designer
Sandy Paul

Publication Assistants
Michael Buja
Diana Randall

Family Health International (FHI) is a nonprofit research and technical assistance organization dedicated to contraceptive development, family planning, reproductive health and HIV/AIDS prevention around the world.

FHI implements the AIDSCAP Project in collaboration with:

The Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, University of California, San Francisco

John Snow, Inc.

Ogilvy Adams & Rinehart

Population Services International

The Program for Appropriate Technology in Health

Prospect Associates

The Institute for Tropical Medicine, Antwerp

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The University of Washington at Seattle

AIDScaptions is supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) under the AIDSCAP Project. The contents do not necessarily reflect USAID or FHI policy.

Cover Photo: Providing STD diagnosis and treatment at primary health care clinics like this one in El Salvador could reduce the severe health problems caused by unrecognized and untreated STDs among women.

Rick Reinhard/Impact Visuals