The prevalence of HIV among the married is on the rise and estimated at 7% in Uganda. Agaba Johnpaul will discuss male participation in the prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV, the most common route of HIV infection for HIV positive children under five years. Agaba Johnpaul has a Masters in Public Health, Bachelor of Laws, and BA in Economics and Gender. He is a Ugandan lawyer and visiting Fulbright scholar at the College of Saint Rose in New York and Regis College in Massachusetts.
Provided in partnership with Ames Public Library, Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods, ISU African and African American Studies Program, ISU Department of Political Science, ISU Department of World Languages and Cultures, and ISU Women and Gender Studies Program. Supported by the Fullbright Outreach Lecturing Fund.
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