Residents of Sierra Leone Region Receive Information on Use of Male, Female Condoms
October 27, 2008
In an attempt to help reduce the spread of HIV, residents of Kabala, Sierra Leone, received training on the use of both male and female condoms during a one-day information session held by the Matei multipurpose cooperative society and Voice of Women, the Concord Times/AllAfrica.com reports. According to UNAIDS, the Koinadugu district, where Kabala is located, has the highest HIV prevalence in Sierra Leone at 3%.
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