Africa: Road Networks Key to Spread of HIV
Transport infrastructure and human mobility are key factors influencing the spread of the virus in across Sub-Saharan Africa, a study shows.
SciDev.Net, 11 January 2013
Road networks are strongly related to the spread of HIV-1 - the HIV subtype responsible for the AIDS pandemic - across Sub-Saharan Africa, a study confirms. Read more »
Burundi returnees from Tanzania alighting from the trucks that brought them back to their country.
This is Africa, 3 December 2012
"As we surge towards an AIDS-free generation, we need to realistically face the challenges. Resting on our laurels is insufficient." Read more »
Daily Observer, 4 January 2013
A two-day sensitisation training for long distance truck drivers on HIV & AIDs, nutrition and road safety recently ended at TANGO conference Hall, along Bertil Harding Highway. Read more »