Socio-demographic, Behavioral and Health Characteristics of Underage Female Sex Workers in Mozambique: The Need to Protect a Generation from HIV Risk

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Characteristics, HIV risk, and program coverage for underage female sex workers (FSW) are rarely systematically described worldwide. We compared characteristics of underage (15–17 years old) and adult (≥18 years old) FSW in three main urban areas of Mozambique (Maputo, Beira and Nampula) using data from three respondent-driven sampling surveys implemented… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10461-015-1068-0

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@article{Inguane2015SociodemographicBA, title={Socio-demographic, Behavioral and Health Characteristics of Underage Female Sex Workers in Mozambique: The Need to Protect a Generation from HIV Risk}, author={Celso Inguane and Roberta Z. Horth and Angelica E Miranda and Peter W Young and Isabel Sathane and Beverley Cummings and {\^A}ngelo Augusto and Henry Fisher Raymond and Willi McFarland}, journal={AIDS and Behavior}, year={2015}, volume={19}, pages={2184-2193} }