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Together Tomorrow

Together Tomorrow is a study conducted by the Human Sciences Research Council that explored the HIV prevention needs of male-male partnerships.

This mixed methods study took place in South Africa and Namibia, and involved almost 250 couples (across study phases) in an attempt to better understand behaviours which could place men at increased risk of HIV.

Men who have sex with men (MSM) have been identified as vulnerable to HIV infection and a deeper understanding of the unique behaviours, needs and challenges of male-male partnerships is required.

The study took place in partnership with the Gay and Lesbian Network in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa and Positive Vibes in Namibia, and in collaboration with investigators from the University of California, San Francisco and University of Michigan.


Sexual agreements

Sexual agreements

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Stress and risk

Stress and risk

Poor mental health among men who have sex with men is contributing to increased risk of HIV pdf icon smallRead...

Friendly healthcare

Friendly healthcare

Making public healthcare spaces more friendly to men in same-sex relationships could help to reduce the spread of HIV pdf icon smallRead...

Conversations with men

Conversations with men

Providing services for couples can help to address HIV among men in same-sex relationships pdf icon smallRead...


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Evidence brief

Together Tomorrow: understanding the HIV prevention needs of men who have sex with men (MSM) and their partners in South Africa and Namibia (3pp). Read...

AIDS2018 posters

Research protocol considerations when working with male couples: Lessons learned from the field. Solomons et al. TUPEE713. Read...

Findings presented at AIDS Impact, Cape Town, 2017

1. Coping mechanisms utilised by same-sex couples in Southern Africa, in the context of homophobia and HIV, Gillespie et al (Poster)

2. Queering public healthcare spaces for men who have sex with men in the context of HIV&AIDS: a qualitative study.Ngidi et al (Poster)

3. Sexual agreements among same-sex couples. Essack et al.

4. Engagement in HIV prevention and treatment activities among male couples in South Africa and Namibia. More...

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