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HIV Prevention in Adolescents and Young People in the Eastern and Southern African Region: A Review of Key Challenges Impeding Actions for an Effective Response



Kaymarlin Govender1, *, Wilfred G.B. Masebo1, Patrick Nyamaruze2, Richard G. Cowden3, Bettina T. Schunter4, Anurita Bains4
1 Health Economics and HIV and AIDS Research Division, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa
2 School of Applied Human Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa
3 Department of Psychology, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, United States of America
4 UNICEF, Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office, Nairobi, Kenya


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HIV Prevention in Adolescents and Young People in the Eastern and Southern African Region: A Review of Key Challenges Impeding Actions for an Effective Response

The Open AIDS Journal, 2018, 12: 53-67

Correction

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Original:

Current ethical and legal standards in most countries in the ESAR make it difficult to conduct health research with people under the age of 18 years [56] orphan 4. 4.

Corrected:

Current ethical and legal standards in most countries in the ESAR make it difficult to conduct health research with people under the age of 18 years [56] .

Original:

Some countries (e.g., South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia) largely fund their HIV treatment programmes [77, 83] orphan 5, and domestic financing for HIV responses tend to be more secure and sustainable.

Corrected:

Some countries (e.g., South Africa and Namibia) significantly fund their HIV treatment programmes. [77, 83].