Knowledge and experience about how to work with sex workers on health issues remains incomplete and controversial. However, by bringing together epidemiological data, operations and behavioural research, project reports and, most importantly, information from communities themselves, practical strategies, guiding principles and measures of success can be identified. A degree of consensus has emerged among frontline projects and key agencies, including many governments, about which combination of policies and programmes reduce HIV transmission during commercial sex.
This paper reviews these ideas and principles and presents examples of how they work in practice.
This document contains:
~Commercial sex and HIV
~A new paradigm shift
~Replication and expansion
~Priorities and policies
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