Mobility and HIV in Tanzanian couples: both mobile persons and their partners show increased risk. You have five children under your care, you have to pay rent, schooling, food and everything… I was a prostitute. From previous research, we identified potential typologies of female migrants in the area and their main migration destinations.
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HIV and syphilis prevalence and associated risk factors among fishing communities of Lake Victoria, Uganda. The waves of violence drove ethnic minorities from areas in which other ethnic groups were dominant, especially where local political allegiances were closely tied to ethnicity.
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The remaining 22 were engaged in other forms of informal sector work in Kisumu, including Kibuye market vending. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. None of the participants in this study were in the minority of Kenyan women whose higher educational attainment rendered them eligible for the few formal sector employment opportunities available in the Kisumu area.
Cohen1 and Elizabeth A. Footnotes Publisher's Disclaimer: This is a PDF file of an unedited manuscript that has been accepted for publication. Using these findings, we present a model for understanding HIV risks among female migrants.
Footnotes Publisher's Disclaimer: This is a PDF file of an unedited manuscript that has been accepted for publication. To be clear, the transactional sexual relationships that these women disclosed to the research team were described in entirely different terms than were the romantic relationships—whether marital or non-marital—that they engaged in.
The migration of women within rural Kenya may have been a critical factor in the diffusion of HIV some two decades ago. New York: United Nations; Traders from Uganda, Tanzania and Kenyan towns and cities distant from Kisumu e. Migration and development: the importance of gender.