Developing a structural intervention to delay underage alcohol use and reduce HIV risk among vulnerable youth in Kampala, Uganda

Abstract

Youth living in poverty in Kampala slums are exposed to intense alcohol marketing and have high levels of HIV (10%), a situation that warrants urgent structural intervention. This NIH-funded community-based project – a collaboration between Georgia State University's School of Public Health and the Uganda Youth Development Link NGO in Kampala – aims to develop and evaluate an empirically informed structural intervention to target underage drinking (

Citation

Swahn, M. Developing a structural intervention to delay underage alcohol use and reduce HIV risk among vulnerable youth in Kampala, Uganda. (2014) [46 min. 46 sec.]

Developing a structural intervention to delay underage alcohol use and reduce HIV risk among vulnerable youth in Kampala, Uganda

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