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Title: Religion and Condoms: Lessons from Informal Ties between Health Workers And Non-Governmental Organisations for Healthcare Planning To Address HIV and AIDS in Africa
Authors: Adamtey, Ronald
Ocloo, Kafui Afi
Oduro, Charles Yaw
Keywords: Decentralisation
Informal relations
Healthcare
HIV and AIDS
Ghana
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: International Journal of Current Research
Citation: International Journal of Current Research, Vol.7, Issue, 02, pp.12696-12704, February, 2015
Abstract: The literature on HIV and AIDS management has identified religious beliefs as obstacles to condom acceptance to minimise the spread of the disease. Ways to overcome such beliefs .............
Description: An article published by International Journal of Current Research, Vol.7, Issue, 02, pp.12696-12704, February, 2015
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10573
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