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Some Factors Associated with High Risk Behavior Among Bar Maids in Tanzania

@inproceedings{Akarro2011SomeFA,
  title={Some Factors Associated with High Risk Behavior Among Bar Maids in Tanzania},
  author={R. Akarro},
  year={2011}
}
The aim of this study is to show how alcohol industry renders women into high risk behavior in Tanzania. Increasing HIV/AIDS prevalence rates, its impact on physical and psychosocial health is a worldwide public health concern. Engagement in multiple sex relations is hereby regarded as a proxy to high risk behavior. Intrinsic factors associated with alcohol are responsible for high risk behavior among bar maids. Understanding the factors leading to high risk behavior will help to go for… Expand
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