Juniper. Age: 22.
Condoms have been proven to provide protection against sexually transmitted infections. Correct and consistent condom use is one of the most effective means of preventing transmission of HIV. Not only that, it acts as a main family planning method that prevents unintended pregnancies. Condoms are widely available in the country, and are distributed through retail outlets, STD clinics and through Public Health Midwives.
Yaritza. Age: 25.
Condom use, male, ages 15-24 (%) - for all countries
Sergei V. How to Cite: V. Jargin S. Context: Many studies on alcohol misuse and related topics such as the use of condoms are based on surveys.
Raven. Age: 28.
Condom Use, Alcohol, and Reliability of Survey Data
Several HIV prevention programs use data on condom sales and survey-based data on condom prevalence to monitor progress. However, such indicators are not always consistent. This paper aims to explain these inconsistencies and to assess whether the number of sex acts and the number of condoms used can be estimated from survey data. This would be useful for program managers, as it would enable estimation of the number of condoms needed for different target groups.
All Specialties. Back to all news. The study affirms the importance of condoms in HIV prevention strategies and suggests that condom use might be even more effective than previously thought.