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01 December 2005
An individual’s belief in his or her personal susceptibility to illness or disease is an important element in health behaviour and influences whether someone adopts risk-reducing behaviour and/or preventive strategies. In this study respondents…
Attitudes are complex to measure through questionnaire-based approaches, given that many factors influence a particular attitudinal response. In 2002, an alternate set of questions was utilised, mainly focusing on knowledge-related attitudes. This…
Table 3.34 summarises proportions of respondents who had sex in the last year who used a condom during their last sexual intercourse. Some 38% of females and males used a condom during the last sexual intercourse. The large majority of respondents…
HIV prevalence figures reflect the proportion of people in the population living with HIV at a given point in time. The observed HIV prevalence is the result of cumulative new infections over time, minus the cumulative deaths that occurred in HIV…