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‘only 31% of the sample of indirect sex workers reported having been engaged in commercial sex in the last 12 months’
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Delegates from the African Sex Worker Alliance (ASWA) and a church leader from Nigeria gathered in Pretoria from the 28th September to 10th October for a second historic meeting as a follow up to the first ever African sex worker lead conference in February 2009. The Institute for Population and Social Research (IPSR), Mahidol University together with the Service Workers in Group (SWING) conducted a survey on Sexual and Reproductive Health of Sex Workers in four major cities in Thailand in 2007. The survey was structured to provide up-to-date information about sex workers regarding their socio-economic background, their access to

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This short UNAIDS factsheet explores HIV in relation to sex work in China. It provides information on: The profile of the sex industry in China Migration and displacement The clients of sex workers Sex work and the law Stigma and discrimination Violence Drug use HIV programming Kenyans, drawn from the gay and lesbian community, male and female sex workers, representatives of the police force, health care providers and also legal professionals came together to mark the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO)in Kisumu, Kenya. An evaluation of the controvercial 100% Condom Use Programme. The Institute for Population and Social

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2007 Survey of Sexual and Reproductive Health of Sex Workers in Thailand

The Institute for Population and Social Research (IPSR), Mahidol University together with the Service Workers in Group (SWING) conducted a survey on Sexual and Reproductive Health of Sex Workers in four major cities in Thailand in 2007. The survey was structured to provide up-to-date information about sex workers regarding their socio-economic background, their access to health care, health care seeking behaviour, and their sexual and reproductive health well-being. The study found few sex workers under the age of 18. The average age of respondents in the sample was 28.3 years. 9.4 percent of respondents were under 18 when they first

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