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HIV/AIDS in Nigeria
by Olumuyiwa Omonaiye
In this compelling and revealing book the author provides:
• Very useful insights into the sexual cum social behaviors among Nigerian young adults that are the salient/hidden drivers of the HIV/AIDS epidemics in Nigeria. This is graphically illustrated with true-life stories of the various struggles that young adults are experiencing in their sexual/social lives in their bid to prevent HIV/AIDS.
• Illumination on the practical and candid ways of addressing the spread of HIV/AIDS among our young adults.
• Further insight to the fact that human behavior is complicated and that full awareness of the harm of a disease in this case (HIV/AIDS) does not automatically lead to behavioral change for individuals to protect themselves.
This book will also serve as a spring board for further in-depth and elaborate research work to be done in the area of psychoanalysis of the sexual/social behaviors that takes the centre stage in the sexual lives of young adults in Nigeria.About the Author
Olumuyiwa Omonaiye trained as a pharmacist in the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria.
Omonaiye is a recipient of the certificate of recognition from Howard University PACE center Washington DC for his voluntary meritorious professional service in provision of antiretroviral pharmacy services in Global HIV/AIDS Initiative Nigeria(GHAIN) supported sites in Abuja. He has co-authored some international publications in the area of HIV/AIDS. At different times he has worked as a resource person to some international organizations in Nigeria working in the area of HIV/AIDS.
Omonaiye is a member of the pharmaceutical society of Nigeria and the American society of Health-System Pharmacists and the American Public Health Association. He is happily married to Adebukola Inioluwa (née Edalere). They are blessed with children, Oluwadamilola and Olaoluwakitan.
(2013, paperback, 82 pages)