Prevalence Of Hiv Sero Positive Among Female Injecting Drug Users (fidus) In
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Prevalence Of Hiv Sero Positive Among Female Injecting Drug Users (fidus) In Nairobi County, Kenya
Female injecting drug use (FIDU) is associated with rapid spread of HIV and other viral infections. Women who inject drugs have significant needs and face higher risks of diseases making them vulnerable to substance use disorder and HIV infection. The study was to determine the prevalence of HIV among females who inject drugs in Nairobi County, Kenya.This study was conducted at a needle exchange centre in Nairobi County. A cross-sectional design that recruited 149 participants aged above 18 years.  Socio-demographic questionnaire, Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST) were used to collect dDownloadViews: 400

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