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Hiv Positive Status Disclosure And Utilization Of Pmtct Services Among Pregnant And Breastfeeding Women In Bujumbura Mairie Health Province, Burundi
Many factors increase the risk of HIV acquisition by infants, including the mother's failure to reveal her HIV+ status, which impacts uptake and utilization of PMTCT services for the baby and the mother and retention in care. Cross-sectional research involving 314 women attending MTCT Clinics was conducted in Bujumbura-Mairie, Burundi, in March and April 2020. Data was gathered using a questionnaire and analyzed using SPSS statistical software, version 20. The prevalence of HIV positive status disclosure was 67.80%. The women had shared it mainly with their partners (81.7%). Factors found to be associated with HIV+ disclosure were implication of the partner in the health of the family
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