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    HIV AIDS prevention
    DATE AUTHOR TITLE SUMMARY FILE
    01 Jun 00 World Health Organization 100% Condom Use Program in Entertainment Establishments Female sex workers (SWs) usually become infected with HIV from infected male clients who do not use condoms with them when having sex. Once infected with HIV, sex workers may then transmit the virus to other male clients, who may infect their wives, girlfriends or other sex workers. This is directly due to low levels of condom use in commercial sex.
    In an effort to reduce the spread of HIV, many countries have tried to increase condom use in commercial sex. Most interventions have focused on educating SWs and providing condom supplies. These efforts have included community education campaigns and the provision of STI treatment.
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    04 Feb 11 RACHA USE OF CONTRACEPTIVE METHODS AMONG PLHIV
    IN KOH KONG PROVINCE, CAMBODIA
    Cambodia is not only one of the poorest countries in South East Asia, it also has the worst health condition and high HIV prevalence in the region.1 The Cambodian Demographic Health survey 2005 shows that 0.6% of Cambodian adults age 15-49 are infected with HIV. Koh Kong province has the second highest HIV prevalence level next to Phnom Penh.2 Koh Kong is one of the five provinces covered by RACHA where it works on home-based care (HBC) and orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) program. RACHA with funding by USAID has been working on HIV/AIDS prevention as one component of its maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) program. It has conducted community mapping in Koh Kong and has identified 627 PLHIV of which 53% were women. RACHA works to integrate family planning into its HBC program as it aims to extend comprehensive care to PLHIV. This assessment looks into the profile of HIV infected couples in Koh Kong and their use of contraceptive methods as prevention for both conception and HIV transmission USE OF CONTRACEPTIVE METHODS AMONG PLHIV in KK.pdf