The South African National Sex Work Strategy was written to guide the development of the National Sex Worker Programme (NSWP). The National Strategic Plan on HIV, STIs and TB 2012-2016 (NSP), implemented through the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC), has identified the need to provide s
Several health behaviour theories propose that risk perception affects the likelihood of behaviour intentions and practice. The perception of risk to HIV and AIDS among female sex workers in Malawi has not been well described.
This Report captures the voices, perceptions, views and experiences of close to 950 sex workers, along with their clients and other stakeholders from 10 Districts in a situation analysis on the Magnitude, Behavioral Patterns, Contributing Factors, Current Interventions and Impact of Sex Work in H
The Behavioural Surveillance Survey (BSS) is a monitoring and evaluation tool designed to track trends in HIV and AIDS-related knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours in subpopulations at particular risk of infection.
Objective: To examine the practices of anal intercourse and dry sex within a cohort of female sex workers (FSWs) in Kenya, focusing on the prevalence and perceived risk of the practices, demographic and behavioural correlates, and association with sexually transmitted infections (STI).