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close this bookEmerging Patterns of HIV Incidence in Uganda and other East African Countries (International Center for Migration and Health - ICMH, 1997, 97 pages)
close this folderAN ASSESSMENT OF EMERGING PATTERNS OF HIV INCIDENCE IN UGANDA AND OTHER EAST AFRICAN COUNTRIES
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View the documentEXECUTIVE SUMMARY
View the document1.0 Objective of the Consultation
View the document2.0 Terms of Reference - methods and activities
Open this folder and view contents3.0 HIV prevalence declines in antenatal sentinel surveillance sites in Uganda
Open this folder and view contents4.0 Simulation modelling of HIV incidence dynamics in Uganda with validation to Kampala ANC sentinel surveillance.
Open this folder and view contents5.0 Declines in HIV incidence/prevalence in urban and semi-urban areas of Uganda: - determinants and analyses of data sources.
Open this folder and view contents6.0 Evidence for a causal association between urban and semi-urban declines in prevalence and behaviour change in Uganda: - External validation of findings and hypothesis testing through comparative analyses of HIV dynamics and risk behaviours in Uganda, Malawi and Zambia.
Open this folder and view contents7.0 Population movement and implications for the dynamics of emerging infectious diseases in sub-Saharan Africa: - the social and demographic context.
Open this folder and view contents8.0 Linkage of HIV incidence and prevalence patterns deduced from surveillance and other data sources and relationship to interventions: - Summary findings and recommendations.
View the document9.0 Recommendations for USAID Mission Uganda
View the document10.0 Annex

10.0 Annex

Þ Results of population based KABP surveys on HIV/AIDS and STDs in four districts in Uganda: STD/AIDS Control Programme Ministry of Health, Uganda, October 1996. *

Þ Epidemics and Behaviours: A review of changes in Ugandan sexual behaviour in the early 1990s: Dr Thomas Barton, Creative Research and Evaluation Centre, P.O. Box 21175 Kampala Uganda.

Þ Human Immunodeficiency virus infection dynamics in East Africa deduced from Surveillance data: Am J Epidemiol 1996; 144:682-95.

Þ An age-and sex structured HIV epidemiological model: features and applications. Bulletin of the World Health Organisation, 1997,75 (3). (Galley proofs)*

Þ Empirical evidence for the severe but localised impact of AIDS on population structure. Nature Medicine, volume 3 number 5, May 1997.

Þ Patterns of population movement in selected Sub-Saharan African countries as potential geographic vectors for the transmission of HIV/AIDS. Preliminary report. Perkins, E. Department of Geography, Cambridge University, Cambridge England.

* available at ICMH