College kids in Botswana toured the country advocating behavioral change, abstinence/exclusivity, to prevent HIV in a country which has the world’s second highest prevalence.
This “radical” strategy and mission was born from the realization that the condoms/awareness/testing programs were not effective in this country where one fourth of the population has HIV.
Uganda and Kenya have seen positive results from encouraging abstinence.
Nations of Africa are making significant cultural and behavioral changes to fight HIV. One wonders how long (and how many more deaths) it will take before the Western progressives catch up with what we already knew was the best way to prevent AIDs.