The Impact of HIV in East Africans Living in the United States
Published Date: 10/2008
Authors: Meti Duressa, MSW and David Lee, MSW, MPH, LICSW
Source: Northwest AETC and African Americans Reach and Teach Health
The Impact of HIV in East Africans Living in the United States PPT [3.07MB]
53 slides. Presentation was developed for the Seattle, WA area, but includes information about cultural practices and barriers to care for African immigrants that are of wider relevance.
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