Qualitative research to explore the relationship between population and mobility found that the risk experienced by study participants was not due to their mobility per se, but to their participation in local value chains (maize, fish, tomatoes). The gendered structure of these value chains, with at least one gendered interface where predominantly men sell to women (or vice versa), creates a situation in which sex occurs under varying degrees of coercion.
Deane, K. Strive Learning Lab 29: Is fish-for-sex a special case? (2014) [44 nin. 36 sec.]