Correlates of Use of Condoms Among Sexually Active Youth in Southern Highlands, Tanzania

Bernard Njau, Victoria Mwakalo, Declare Mushi

Sexual behavior change is a complex issue influenced by complex variables, intrinsic and extrinsic. This study aimed to assess factors influencing actual use of a male condom among secondary school students in southern Tanzania. 

June 10, 2013
Year of publication
condoms, youth, Tanzania, students

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