Knowledge of STIs/HIV/AIDS, Risk Perceptions and Condom use among Young People living in the Slums of Ibadan, Nigeria.

Abstract

Brief notes on a study conducted within 8 communities in 2 local government areas in Ibadan, Nigeria, are provided. There were 16 focus group discussions with young people of both male and female gender, in the age categories of 15-19 and 20-24 years old. Quantitative data was collected using 1,600 questionnaires administered on male and female young people in the same age categories as the focus groups. Data were collected between July and October 2001. The research findings and policy implications are presented, and the full reference is given.

Citation

University of Southampton. Knowledge of STIs/HIV/AIDS, Risk Perceptions and Condom use among Young People living in the Slums of Ibadan, Nigeria. Opportunities and Choices Factsheet 10 (2005) 2 pp.

Knowledge of STIs/HIV/AIDS, Risk Perceptions and Condom use among Young People living in the Slums of Ibadan, Nigeria.

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