HIV prevention needs and successes : a tale of three countries
Worldwide there is a growing body of knowledge about successful interventions to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS. Success is certainly not limited to industrialized countries. In developing countries, prevention activities aimed at changing behaviours and associated social norms can and do work, not only on a large scale but also at the national level. To demonstrate this, data and experiences from three countries—Senegal, Thailand and Uganda—with differing cultures and different levels of the epidemic, are presented in this booklet.