New Data: Tsogolo La Thanzi (TLT): Baseline Wave, Malawi, 2009-2012 [Healthy Futures]

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Tsogolo la Thanzi (TLT) is a longitudinal study in Balaka, Malawi designed to examine how young people navigate reproduction during an AIDS epidemic. TLT utilized an intensive longitudinal design where respondents were interviewed every four months. Data collection began in May of 2009 and was completed in June of 2012.

Tsogolo La Thanzi (TLT): Baseline Wave, Malawi, 2009-2012 [Healthy Futures] (ICPSR 36863) consists of three restricted-use datasets on (1) women, (2) their male partners, and (3) a random sample of men. These datasets contain information on family composition, partners and relationships, mental health, sex and protection, pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, good purchases, and diet.

Future waves of TLT data are planned for release through DSDR in the coming months.

Access the TLT: Baseline Wave, Malawi, 2009-2012 [Healthy Futures] study page

 

Jun 20, 2018

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