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The elements that drive risk taking are complex, based on a variety of cultural constructs and environmental factors that change over time for each person. 
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Efforts to diagnose and treat sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are associated with HIV and AIDS in many ways. HIV is an STI. 
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Stigma and discrimination are a violation of human rights and represent structural, underlying factors that will increase individual risk for HIV infection and reduce the ability to access care, support,…
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Science has shown that by reducing viral load (and therefore infectiousness) in an HIV-positive individual, antiretroviral (ARV) drugs can significantly reduce onward HIV transmission. 
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Randomized controlled trials have proven that Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) reduces HIV transmission from a woman to a man during vaginal intercourse by more than 60 percent. 
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The Peace Corps HIV/AIDS Training Resource Kit is a reference for posts. It provides session plans, fact sheets, and other resources to help tailor HIV/AIDS training in pre-service training and…
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This handbook has been developed for both Peace Corps staff and Volunteers to advise and assist community members with opportunities to reduce their dependence on solid fuels for cooking in…
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The purpose of this session is to give participants an opportunity to develop an outline for a complete improved cookstoves activity plan, considering how all key elements will be addressed.
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The purpose of this session is to give participants hands-on experience in constructing an improved efficiency cookstove, as well as tips on factors that affect stove integrity and performance.
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Improved Cookstoves Handbook (M0091) Annexes

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