Sexually transmitted diseases and condom interventions among prostitutes and their clients in Cross River State
The Cross River State commercial sex worker project started in 1989 as a pilot program to test HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted disease interventions among full-time and part-time sex workers, their partners and their clients. Three main locations were targeted: Calabar and Ikom in the Cross River State in the first phase of the program and Port Harcourt where outreach started in 1992 to test the replicability of the project outside the Cross River State. The project activities were...[Show more]
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