STRIVE Learning Lab 13 - The importance of disaggregating transactional sex from sex work

Abstract

The Modes of Transmission (MOT) model was developed by UNAIDS to calculate the anticipated distribution of new adult HIV infections. It is increasingly utilised as a tool to help countries understand their current epidemic, to identify key behaviours driving HIV transmission and to improve intervention targeting. In distinguishing \"transactional sex\" from \"sex work\", Holly Prudden highlights the important implications of this differentiation for future intervention design and policy.

Citation

Prudden, H. STRIVE Learning Lab 13 - The importance of disaggregating transactional sex from sex work. (2012) 10 pp. [49 min 58 sec]

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