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An investigation into the knowledge levels, attitudes, beliefs and practices of evangelical and pentecostal christians in Zimbabwe regarding HIV and AIDS prevention strategies
This study is an investigation into the knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and practices of Pentecostal Christians regarding HIV prevention strategies. This chapter presents and explains the background, justification, problem ...
An exploration of the coping mechanisms adopted by adolescents living with HIV and AIDS in Chinhoyi: a case of adolescents receiving treatment at Chinhoyi Provincial hospital, Mashonaland West Province in Zimbabwe
In a country with a high prevalence rate of HIV, the number of adolescents living with HIV and AIDS is steadily increasing in Zimbabwe. The National AIDS Council (2011) reports that there are more than one hundred and ...
A study on the challenges faced by children infected with HIV: the case of children on the SOS children’s villages community outreach programme (Glen View, Glen Nora and Budirio)
The aim of the study was to establish the challenges faced by HIV infected children. The objectives of the study were to ascertain health, education and psychosocial needs and problems of children infected with HIV, to ...
Elderly Women’s Perceptions of People Living with AIDS under their Care: Case Study of Makumbi Mission/Zimbabwe
This study was undertaken at Makumbi Mission to assess elderly women’s perceptions on people living with AIDS under their care. Recommendations for improvement were made to all stakeholders. The study assessed the traditional ...
Constitutionality of the offence of deliberately transmitting HIV: Case Note on the Case of S v Ranchi HH 515-17
(University of Zimbabwe, 2018)
The heading for this offence is “Deliberate transmission of HIV”. This is somewhat misleading. Although the offence can be committed if the accused actually infects the complainant,it can also be committed without proof ...