Some Ugandan Muslim women have called for part of the $43,000 allotted to a local HIV prevention program to go toward promoting condom use among men, PlusNews reports. The Uganda Muslim Supreme Council, the group responsible for managing the program, has rejected this plea. They currently plan to use the money to promote abstinence among unmarried people and faithfulness among married people. Encouragement toward marital fidelity is complicated by Uganda's marriage laws, which allow men to marry multiple wives.
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