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Introduction. Mobility is widely recognized as key facilitating factor in HIV spread around the world [1–8].Several African studies have documented that men and women who had travelled or migrated recently are at higher risk for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) than people who did not travel or migrate [4, 8–10].The reasons for such heightened risk among Cited by: Alcohol and sexual risk behavior among migrant female sex workers and male workers in districts with high in-migration from four high HIV prevalence states in India. AIDS Behav. ;14(Suppl 1):S31– by: & HIV risk among women in Kenya. Studies (Camlin, PI): “Identifying Opportunities for HIV Prevention Among Female Migrants in Kenya” (NIMH-funded), and • Patterns of Migration, Mobility & HIV Risk Among Women in Western Kenya • Improving engagement & retention in HIV care & treatment among highly mobile women •. This paper examines the association between alcohol use and sexual risk in two critical migrant populations living within the same geographical areas—migrant men and female sex-workers (FSWs). Data are drawn from two independent surveys of migrant FSWs and male workers in 14 districts of four high HIV prevalent Indian states. In the paper we have examined Cited by:
Saggurti, Niranjan, Ravi K. Verma, Hanimi Reddy, Saumya RamaRao, Ajay Kumar Singh, Vaishali Sharma Mahendra, and Anrudh K. Jain. "Patterns of migration/ mobility and HIV risk among female sex workers: Andhra Pradesh . Verma, R.K., et al. () Alcohol and Sexual Risk Behavior among Migrant Female Sex Workers and Male Workers in Districts with High In-Migration from Four High HIV Prevalence States in India. AIDS and Behavior, 14, SSCited by: 1. Migration, Mobility and Sexual Risk Behavior in Mumbai, India: Mobile Men with Non-Residential Wife Show Increased Risk where HIV-prevalence among sex . Saggurti N, Jain AK, Sebastian MP, et al. Indicators of mobility, socio-economic vulnerabilities and HIV risk behaviours among mobile female sex workers in India. AIDS Behav. ;16(4)– Population Council. Patterns of Migration/Mobility and HIV Risk among Female Sex Workers: Andhra Pradesh. New Delhi: Population Council;
This is the first in a Series of seven papers about HIV and sex workers. Introduction. Worldwide, sex workers are disproportionately affected by the HIV pandemic. 1 The authors of a review of HIV burden in female sex workers (FSWs) in 50 low-income and middle-income countries reported an overall HIV prevalence of 118% (95% CI 116–120), with a pooled odds of HIV Cited by: Verma RK, Saggurti N, Singh AK, Swain SN: Alcohol and sexual risk behavior among migrant female sex workers and male workers in districts with high in-migration from four high HIV prevalence states in India. AIDS Behav. , 14 (Suppl 1): S PubMed; Article; Google Scholar. HIV&AIDS vulnerability is essential for isolating risk factors and devising responses that reduce their impact. 3. RESEARCH DESIGN Technical focus The overall aim of this study is to understand migration and mobility patterns, access to health services and vulnerabilities of female fish traders in the Kafue Flats, Zambia. To. Collumbien,M. (). Risk reduction and perceived collective efficacy and community support among female sex workers in Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra: The importance of context. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. Doi /jech Steward W., Bharat, S., Ramakrishna, J., Heylen E., Ekstrand M. Stigma is associated.