Despite the fact that information has widely been disseminated about the awareness and prevention of HIV/AIDS, the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Malawi is still very high. The same epidemiological pattern manifested in the early years of the epidemic is present today. In this book, the author attempts to investigate how interpersonal communication networks can be used to help improve the access of university students in Mzuzu, northern Malawi to HIV/AIDS services. This is a book that positions young people to take control of their futures. Through the use of interpersonal communication networks, university students are persuaded to get more involved in informing those they interact with in their everyday circles on the importance of accessing HIV/AIDS services.