The Social Sciences

Year: 2010
Volume: 5
Issue: 6
Page No. 525 - 531

Knowledge of Transmission Routes and Prevention way of HIV/AIDS: Bangladesh Context

Authors : Prosannajid Sarkar, Golam Mostofa and Mostafizur Rahman

Abstract: Raising knowledge of transmission and prevention about HIV/AIDS of respondents about the long run effects of these diseases is the principal objectives of reproductive health programs recently executing in the world. This study reveals that permanent resident respondents are more aware than the floating and frequently moving population. It also shows that about 92% floating respondents heard the name of HIV/AIDS by various sources of media on the other hand the same amount (99.00%) frequently moving and permanent resident heard the name of HIV/AIDS by various sources of media. In this study, it also found that uncontrolled and unsafe sexual relation is the main causes to AIDS answer by the respondents. Further, >50% respondents think avoiding way about HIV/AIDS is using condom during intercourse, <15% respondents indicate transmission way is by blood and appreciation of sex.

How to cite this article:

Prosannajid Sarkar, Golam Mostofa and Mostafizur Rahman, 2010. Knowledge of Transmission Routes and Prevention way of HIV/AIDS: Bangladesh Context. The Social Sciences, 5: 525-531.

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