When we think of infrastructure, we frequently think about things like bridges, roads, and internet. While all of these are critical to our daily lives, in the context of HIV in the South, infrastructure means the systems of HIV prevention and care including barriers to accessing those systems.
SASI’s HIV Infrastructure Reports provide a deeper understanding of the factors that contribute to the disproportionate HIV epidemic in the US Deep South. The Reports examine the HIV care and prevention infrastructures and factors that contribute to the HIV burden and poorer outcomes in four Deep South metropolitan areas and also study two control metropolitan areas with similar demographic characteristics but less severe HIV epidemics.
Infrastructure reports are now available for:
- HIV-AIDS Care and Prevention Infrastructure in the U.S. Deep South (Comprehensive Report)