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The specific objectives of the study were to explore and analyze consistencies and mismatches between existing official Brazilian policy guidelines and program implementation in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention and health care among female sex workers. Data analysis and major findings discussed throughout the report are organized around five major themes as follows: 1) STD/HIV/AIDS prevention policies and programs directed at sex workers evolved in the last two decades; Article in Social Science & Medicine Volume 72, Issue 5, March 2011, Pages 710-716.  By Evelyn Matsamura Kiapi Maclean Kamya. / Credit: Evelyn Kiapi/IPS Criminalisation is but one of the tools

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Anna Forbes: From Microbicides to Sex Workers—A Logical Development

An article by Lauren Tuck which originally appeared in Poz Magazine Anna Forbes: From Microbicides to Sex Workers—A Logical Development “Anna Forbes found her calling in 1992 when development of microbicides—usually in the form of topical gels or creams that block sexual transmission of HIV—began attracting notice. Since then she has become widely known for championing microbicides, which might offer women protection without a condom. For 10 years she represented the Global Campaign for Microbicides, working on behalf of disenfranchised women. Now she has moved onto consulting in order to discover new ways to fight HIV—and to broaden her horizons.

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