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This Dr.PH is a detailed policy analysis account based on fieldwork collected over an extended period during 2008-2009. It describes how a national government body, the Sudan National Program on HIV/AIDS (SNAP), developed its first HIV prevention policies, and in particular those around condom promotion. Very little was known about how these policies were developed and how SNAP managed contradictory forces in an environment where traditional and religious beliefs played a strong role in socialdoi:10.17037/pubs.04648171 fatcat:fgm2gyjs5jfjnoyxtpeyzh5yfa