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Baek, Carolyn, Vuyiswa Mathambo, Sibongile Mkhize, Irwin Friedman, Louis Apicella, and Naomi Rutenberg. "Key findings from an evaluation of the mothers2mothers program in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Boris, Neil W., Tonya R. Thurman, Leslie Snider, Erin Spencer, and Lisanne Brown. "Infants and young children living in youth-headed households in Rwanda: Implications of emerging data," Infant Mental Health Journal 27(6): 584-602.

Chinaglia, Magda, Sheri A. Lippman, Julie Pulerwitz, Maeve de Mello, Rick Homan, and Juan Diaz. "Reaching truckers in Brazil with non-stigmatizing and effective HIV/STI services," Horizons Final Report Washington, DC: Population Council.

Coon, Katherine, Jessica Ogden, John Odolon, Anthony Obudi-Owor, Charles Otim, James Byakigga, and Peter Spebanja. "Transcending boundaries to improve the food security of HIV-affected households in rural Uganda: A case study," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Geibel, Scott, Elisabeth M. van der Elst, Nzioki King'ola, Stanley Luchters, Alun Davies, Esther M. Getambu, Norbert Peshu, Susan M. Graham, R. Scott McClelland, and Eduard J. Sanders. "'Are you on the market?': A capture-recapture enumeration of men who sell sex to men in and around Mombasa, Kenya," AIDS 21(10): 1349-1354.

"HIV prevention project for vulnerable youth in northern Nigeria." Abula: Population Council.

"Just a drop of blood," anti-AIDS comic. New Delhi: Population Council.

Kiragu, Karusa, Caroling Mackenzie, Jennifer Weiss, Murungaru Kimani, and Debbie Gachuhi. "School as a workplace in Kenya: Evaluation of the Teachers Matter HIV/AIDS project," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Kiragu, Karusa, Thabale Ngulube, Mutinta Nyumbu, Panganani Njobvu, Peter Eerens, and Chilufya Mwaba. "Sexual risk-taking and HIV testing among health workers in Zambia," AIDS and Behavior 11(1): 131-136.

Kiragu, Karusa, George Odingo, Milka Juma, Jane Mbugua, Magdalen Waweru, Wamuyu Mahinda, Beatrice Mwaniki, Charity Muturi, Simon Ochieng, Tobey Nelson, and Ann McCauley. "Beacon of hope: Evaluation of the Kenya Girl Guides Association HIV/AIDS program for school children," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Lippman, Sheri A., Deanna Kerrigan, Magda Chinaglia, and Juan Diaz. "Chaos, co-existence, and the potential for collective action: HIV-related vulnerability in Brazil's international borders," Social Science and Medicine 64(12): 2464-2475.

Mackenzie, Caroline and Karusa Kiragu. "Should voluntary counseling and testing counselors address alcohol use with clients? Findings from an operations research study in Kenya," Horizons Research Update. Nairobi: Population Council.

Mahendra, Vaishali Sharma, Sushma Mehrotra, B. Srikanthi, Sucheta Panda, Avina Sama, A. K. Jayasree, Rajendra Prasad, and Naomi Rutenberg. "Identifying areas for linkages between HIV and SRH for vulnerable populations: An exploratory study to assess female sex workers' sexual and reproductive health needs," Update, April. New Delhi: Population Council.

Mahendra, Vaishali Sharma, Rupa Mudoi, Archana Oinam, Venkat Pakkela, Avina Sarna, Sucheta Panda, Ashok Rau, L Birendrajit Singh, and Naomi Rotenberg. "Continuum of care for HIV-positive women accessing programs to prevent parent-to-child transmission: Findings from India," Horizons Final Report Washington, DC: Population Council.

Mahendra, Vaishali Sharma, Sarat C. Pradhan, Saraswati Swain, Aradhana Nanda, Sanjit Patnayak, Sucheta Panda, and Rajendra Prasad. "Intergenerational communication on sexuality and HIV/AIDS: Exploring feasibility of building effective youth-adult partnerships to reduce young people's HIV vulnerabilities," Update, April. New Delhi: Population Council.

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