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 Download
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