The complexity of HIV Prevention in Uganda requires more than a theoretical panacea
HIV prevention responses vary from behavioral change interventions to biomedical interventions and combinations thereof. The HIV epidemic in the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), though stable, continues to be a major public health challenge for many countries. In response strategies where combination interventions are offered, the response is strengthened and the impact bigger. This article responds to the call for considering the social representations theory (SRT) as an answer to inform research about the mechanisms of behavioural change for HIV prevention in the sub-Saharan context, in particular when planning for high risk groups.