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Reflections on participatory HIV prevention research with fishing communities, Uganda (PLA 66)

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In this article in Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) 66, the authors reflect on their experiences as a multidisciplinary team, using participatory methods to research HIV/AIDS prevention in fishing villages in Uganda. Several of them were born and raised in fishing communities with professional training in social and medical anthropology, behaviour change communication, health and~social work. Coming from backgrounds that participants identified with helped to break down communication barriers and build trust. A blend of PLA methods and ethnographic approaches proved invaluable in conducting research with fishing communities, and would be with other vulnerable or high risk populations.

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Participatory Learning and Action 66
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