Community mobilisation and empowerment of female sex workers is significantly associated with reduced HIV/STI risk in Karnataka state, south India
- Department for International Development
- 1 January 2012
- Document Type:
- Conference Paper
- Vickerman, P., Watts, C., Heise, L., Moses, S., Ramesh, B.M. Beattie, T., Dhanunjaya Rao, Mohan, H.L., Parinita Bhattacharjee, Ravi Prakash, Shajy Isac, Sudha Chandrashekar, and Suresh, M.
What is the impact of community mobilisation as a central component of targeted HIV prevention programmes in India? Research presented in this poster demonstrates how community mobilisation activities built the capacity of female sex workers to manage their vulnerability to HIV.
Beattie, T.; Parinita Bhattacharjee; Sudha Chandrashekar; Mohan, H.L.; Suresh, M.; Dhanunjaya Rao; Shajy Isac; Ravi Prakash; Vickerman, P.; Heise, L.; Ramesh, B.M.; Moses, S.; Watts, C. Community mobilisation and empowerment of female sex workers is significantly associated with reduced HIV/STI risk in Karnataka state, south India. Presented at AIDS 2012. (2012) 1 pp.
Published: 1 January 2012