Well, I suppose the issue is not so much as to which gender is having more sex than than the other but rather, which strategies are having a greater impact in as far as prevention is concerned. over time, however, I've come to be weary of certain research findings and whose interest they aim to serve. I believe that randomisation as a methodological research approach, which many NGOs have made fashionable, can be very misleading especially if results are extrapolated to assume other areas are like the small sampled ones. Since most prevention programmes target men, the greater lesson is that both men and women should be targeted equally in HIV/AIDS programs. Mechanisms should be devised to seriously identify which strategies are working, eliminate the non performing ones and improve coordination among organisations dealing with HIV/AIDS.