Male Use of Female Sex Work in India: A Nationally Representative Behavioural Survey. Gaffey MF, Venkatesh S, Dhingra N, et al (2011)

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Heterosexual transmission of HIV in India is driven by the male use of female sex workers (FSW), but few studies have examined the factors associated with using FSW. This nationally representative study examined the prevalence and correlates of FSW use among 31,040 men aged 15–49 years in India in 2006. Nationally, about 4% of men used FSW in the previous year, representing about 8.5 million FSW clients.


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Mapping and Size Estimation of Most At Rist Population in Nepal Vol. 1 Male Sex Workers, Transgenders & Their Clients. National Centre for AIDS and STD Control, Nepal (2011)

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Nepal conducted a mapping and size estimation exercise of Most At Risk Population (MARPs) in consideration of the epidemic’s nature, availability of limited information on the MARP groups of Female Sex Workers (FSWs), Male Sex Workers,Transgenders and their Clients (MTCs), and Injecting Drug Users (IDUs) as well as the need for a more robust and evidence informed response to HIV for maximizing results

 

 

 

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National Summary Report - Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment. Round 2 (2009-2010). Indian Council of Medical Research and FHI (2011)

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 The Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment (IBBA) Round one carried out in the years 2005-07 emerged as a nationally important source of data for the revision of persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) estimation in India along with data from the HIV Sentinel Surveillance (HSS) and the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3).

 

 

 

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A Study of HIV/AIDS Related Knowledge, Attitude and Behaviors among Female Sex Workers in Shanghai. Cai Y, Shi R, Shen T, et al (2010)

A Study of HIV/AIDS Related Knowledge, Attitude and Behaviors among Female Sex Workers in Shanghai. Cai Y, Shi R, Shen T, et al (2010) China is currently facing a rapid and widespread increase in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). The activities of female sex workers (FSWs) have contributed to the mounting epidemic of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Therefore, this study aimed to assess the HIV/AIDS-related knowledge, attitude and risk behaviors among FSWs operating in Shanghai China.

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Assessing Reported Condom Use among Female Sex Workers in Southern India through Examination of Condom Availability. Bradley J, Moses S, Blanchard JF, et al (2010)

assessing_reported_condom_use_among_FSW_india_2011 A key indicator of success of HIV prevention programmes is the number of female sex worker (FSW) sex acts protected by condoms. This measure usually relies on FSW reports, which may be biased. We examined condom availability data in five Karnataka districts to estimate the proportion of FSW sex acts potentially protected by condoms.

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National Summary Report - Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment. Round 2 (2009-2010). Indian Council of Medical Research and FHI (2011)

IBBA NSR_R2_2009_2010

 The Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment (IBBA) Round one carried out in the years 2005-07 emerged as a nationally important source of data for the revision of persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) estimation in India along with data from the HIV Sentinel Surveillance (HSS) and the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3).

 

 

 

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Timor-Leste Demographic and Health Survey 2009-10. National Statistics Directorate, Ministry of Finance and ICF Macro (2010)

Timor-Leste Demographic and Health Survey 2009-10. National Statistics Directorate, Ministry of Finance and ICF Macro (2010) The 2009-10 Timor-Leste Demographic and Health Survey (TLDHS) is the second nationallevel population and health survey conducted in Timor-Leste and the first conducted as part of the global Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) program. The sample for the survey was selected independently in every stratum, through a twostage selection process, to provide estimates for each of the 13 districts and for both urban and rural areas of the country. The 2009-10 TLDHS was designed to cover a nationally representative sample of residential households, taking into account nonresponse; to obtain completed interviews of women age 15-49 in every selected household; and to obtain completed interviews of men age 15-49 in every third selected household.

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National Summary Report - Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment. Round 2 (2009-2010). Indian Council of Medical Research and FHI (2011)

IBBA NSR_R2_2009_2010

 The Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment (IBBA) Round one carried out in the years 2005-07 emerged as a nationally important source of data for the revision of persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) estimation in India along with data from the HIV Sentinel Surveillance (HSS) and the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3).

 

 

 

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2005 Cambodia STI Prevalence Survey (IBBS) - Sexually Transmitted Infections and Related Behaviors among Brothel-Based Female Sex Workers, Police, and Men Who Have Sex with Men. Sopheab H, Morineau G, Neal JJ, et al (2008)

Epidemiological Fact Sheet on HIV and AIDS Pakistan 2008 Update. WHO, UNICEF and UNICEF (2008)

The objectives of this survey were: 1) to estimate the prevalence of gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and related risk behaviors among three sentinel groups; 2) to estimate HIV among men who have sex with men (MSM); and 3) to provide data for planning and management of sexually transmitted infection (STI) control and prevention programs.

 

 

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Behavioral Surveillance Survey in Timor-Leste, 2008 First Round Results for Female Sex Workers (FSW). International HIV Research Group and The University of New South Wales (2008)

Behavioral Surveillance Survey in Timor-Leste, 2008 First Round Results for Female Sex Workers (FSW). International HIV Research Group and The University of New South Wales (2008) Although there are limited data on HIV prevalence rates for specific sub-populations and indeed the overall population in Timor-Leste, the country is considered to have a low-level epidemic, with a national HIV prevalence of less than 0.1%.

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