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Knowledge and Attitudes towards HIV/AIDS and Associated Current Prevention Practices in the Era of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) in Rwimi, UgandaDownload
Background: The impact of the wide-spread availability of antiretroviral therapy (ART) on the sexual behaviour of the general population who are not on ART in African countries is understudied. Additionally, there are concerns of a return to risky behaviours by people on ART or increased...
The growing presence and influence of China across the African continent has attracted considerable local and international attention and even controversy. On the one hand, the burgeoning ‘China in Africa’ literature tends to focus on pessimistic assertions about the exploitative aspects of the...
Description, paleoenvironmental and paleobiogeographical implications of Miocene fish faunas from Jabal Zaltan and Sahabi (Libya)Download
The Libyan fossiliferous sites of Jabal Zaltan (early to middle Miocene) and Sahabi (late Miocene) have been excavated for decades and have produced an immense diversity of vertebrate fossils including fish. Fish remains from a recent field campaign at the two sites are described here in detail....
The Evolution of Technological Behaviour: An Analysis of Lithic Artifacts from the Magubike Archaeological Site, TanzaniaDownload
Most Palaeolithic archaeologists now believe that a series of advancements in the behavioural and cultural complexity of early Homo sapiens occurred during the Middle and Later Stone Age in Africa. However, a lack of uninterrupted archaeological sequences has made it difficult to identify the...
This thesis investigates three areas under the theme of household structure, climate change and livelihoods in southern Africa. The use of female-headship to identify vulnerable subgroups and to direct poverty-alleviation policies is a contentious issue in the literature. In the first paper of...
This study analyses the characteristics and life trajectories of highly educated18 to 35 year old Malawians, how they negotiate their identities in the face of HIV/AIDS, and their opinions regarding the effectiveness of current HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention efforts. These Malawians are among...
Studies show that 40 percent of existing child soldiers are girls. In order to make and sustain peace in war-affected countries, it is important to ensure that all members of a community, including women and girls, are reintegrated successfully. Failure of successful reintegration of former girl...