Thursday, October 1 / 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM   •   Fès 1B

Session 157:
Charting the course of an individual AIDS epidemic and understanding its determinants

Chair: Leigh Johnson, University of Cape Town

  1. A cross-national analysis of factors associated with HIV/AIDS infection in sub-Saharan AfricaMonica A. Magadi, City University London ; Muluye Desta, City University London

  2. Income inequality and HIV/AIDS prevalenceSamuel K Annim, University of Cape Coast

  3. Namibian paradox: diamonds, disparity, and HIV. The unique drivers fueling the HIV epidemic in a wealthy southern African countryCristina de la Torre, Macro International Inc. ; Shane Khan, Macro International Inc. ; Erin Eckert, ORC Macro

  4. Ethnic identity, cross-ethnic sexual network formation, and HIV/AIDS in AfricaRoland Pongou, Brown University

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